Monday, June 30, 2014

East Coast Vacay Continued...

After we left Boston, we decided to make a quick stop in Cambridge because we couldn't be that close and not just take a peek at Harvard. 
 It looked like what I thought it would :-)
We stopped at Cambridge Common and had a yummy burger and then headed out to Plymouth.
Plymouth was adorably quaint.  Plymouth rock was pretty uneventful, haha, but we enjoyed seeing this cute little seaside town and the homes where the original settlers lived.  The downtown was cute and I wish I'd had time to mill around in the little shops.
Checking out the Mayflower II
The beginning of some of the prettiest residential architecture we would experience over the next several days.
That weather vane and the patina on that cupola roof...goodness, love it!
We drove the scenic route, along the ocean, from Plymouth to Hyannis Port.  It was so picturesque!  I'm so glad we did this instead of driving on the freeway.  We got to check out the back roads and so much Americana, quaint, adorable residential goodness!
We grabbed a bite at The Dockside in Hyannis Port while we waited on the ferry.
I snapped this pic as it was getting dark in Hyannis Port.  We jumped on the high speed ferry and headed over to glorious Nantucket ;-)


Lisa @ Shine Your Light said...

I live in MA Maria and I'm so glad you got to see so many pretty parts of it. My parents in law live in Plymouth and it such a great town….and the Cape has so many unique and differetn areas to explore!

Maria@Live Beautifully said...

You live in a very beautiful place Lisa! We loved it so much there!