11.12.2013

road trip day 23: maine to massachusetts

Barely three days in Maine and it was already time to head south. In less than a week were were finally reuniting with our friends, who we originally planned the road trip with. Because of work and what not, they departed two weeks after us, and we had a standing date to meet up in Salem for Halloween. Leaving Maine was bittersweet. As we traveled south along the coast, we stopped to eat our last lobster roll, savoring the delightfully buttery lobster encased in soft white bread. Before we knew it, we had crossed the border into Massachusetts and were making our way towards Cape Cod.



5 comments :

  1. Such beautiful photos and it sounds like you're having a lovely time :) x

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    1. Thanks Bekka! we are having a great time, never knew the US was so diverse!

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  2. That first photo reminded me so much of Norway!

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    1. Really! ahh that makes me want to head to Norway now...well maybe more like summertime :)

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  3. There are so many places in this world to see. It is just that you must have some interest in travelling and knowing new things. When you travel by a bus or train then you get restrict to some things like time, schedule, etc. So if you want to enjoy your holidays to the fullest then you must hire a car or a bike, you will surely have a ultimate fun which you would have never experienced before. I also went on a road trip last month which was my very first experience. I just loved it. We hired a car for our road trip from Dan Dooley car rental. The car was amazing. You can refer this for further information http://www.dan-dooley.ie/car-rental-hire-dublin-airport.htm

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