Sunday, October 6, 2013

Martha's Vineyard

Edgartown, MA
Our idea of vacation is still not lounging in a five-star hotel sipping “Mai Tai” or “Pina Colada”, our style is get up and go and see as many places as we can. With that, we woke up at 5:00 A.M, get ready for the hotel breakfast at six and drive to Woods Hole to take the 8:15 A.M. ship to Martha’s Vineyard.

The drive from Hyannis to Woods Hole was not bad considering it is not a freeway but a regular street; this is not even a highway. The traffic was getting busier and we saw school buses to get ready since this was a school day.

We got to Woods Hole with 45 minutes to spare, ticket was $8.00 one way, not bad considering Martha’s Vineyard is the play ground for the rich.

Once we reached Vineyard Haven, I asked around and we were told to take the bus to Edgartown with a municipal bus. But, most of the businesses were close for the seasons. We only spent three hours and we were back at the dock for the noon ferry back.

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