The oldest seaport in the United States…Gloucester shares the land point with Rockport. We are at that point of the vacation where we are ready to head home….still enjoying the sites but less zealous…..
We stayed overnight in an out of the way hotel…the Sea Lion. It was quiet and outdated and comfortably simple.
My main agenda was visiting the fisherman’s Memorial but then we were intrigued with the the rest of it.
There is just a different feel in a village like this in comparison with the Midwest. We especially loved the city hall and the ship cupola on the top of the weather vane.
During this trip to the east/northeast, I’ve been very aware of the melting pot of different cultures, different accents and languages! I was especially aware of a different drummer that Mainers dance to as opposed to the Midwest. #gratitude for the experience and gratitude for the “living in the moment” lessons I’ve been practicing and used during the complications during the first part of the trip.
We are vegging now in a beautiful suite in a burb outside of Boston, Gotta love Orbitz rewards…