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Taking the Road Less Traveled

Nantucket Island,the Gray Lady

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The car rattled over the old cobble stone road and I made my way into the historic town of Nantucket. Tourists stroll along the sidewalks dripping with dense flowers in window boxes. I’m fresh off the red eye from San Jose to JFK and then JFK to Nantucket so feeling a little tired. The smell in the air is a mixture of fresh roasted coffee and the ocean.Β  I’m in love.Β  I find my way to Union Street and into a tight parking place on the Union Street Inn property and sigh, I finally feel like I’m on vacation. The hotel is a mid 18th century B&B and it’s lovely.Β  One of my favorite parts of the town are the cobblestone roads and the brick laid cross walks. It’s like stepping back in time. Here are a few photos from my first day on the island…

 

I’ll write more on the hotel in a separate post. But now I want to take you through the town with my photos. I wish I could send you the smell of fresh cut grass and sea roses. Here are some photos from my first day πŸ’—πŸ’—πŸ’—

4 thoughts on “Nantucket Island,the Gray Lady

  1. Thank you for the beautiful tour of Nantucket. I”ve never been there as I can’t get past the Vineyard where I’ve been going all my life πŸ™‚

  2. beautiful pics as always. Kevin

  3. How quaint and charming1 Thanks for sharing. =)

  4. Beautiful pictures. Renee and I were in Martha’s Vineyard two years ago. So much fun.

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