Our Journey Path
Our journey takes us from Plymouth through Boston
to Connecticut, after sampling a slice of vibrant culture,
we head north towards Vermont during the Fall. Maine
educates us about the great outdoors and from Maine, we heading
south back to Massachusetts. Our next destination is
Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod and from
there we can visit Martha's Vineyard before finishing
our journey with a Rhode Island sailing experience.
On The Road
Take this piece of advice - don't drive in Boston. It's really
difficult to find parking and it's a really nice city to walk
around. If you get tired at the end of the day, you can take
the subway which the locals call it the 't'. It's really inexpensive
and can take you pretty much anywhere you want to go.
Public transport is not very efficient in New England, so
the best way to travel around is by car, especially if you
want to go off the beaten track. Rent a Wreck rents cars 20%
cheaper than any other car rental company in New England.
Tel: 001 410 581 57 55
Fax: 001 410 581 15 66
National Directory Assistance: 1-800-944-7501
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US, Canada, Europe, Latin America & the Caribbean.
You'll need to hop on a ferry to get to check out the sights
of Martha's Vineyard.
For a passenger ferry contact:
Ocean Street Dock
Hyannis, MA 02601
Tel: 001 508 778 2600
For both passengers and vehicles:
The Steamship Authority
Tel: 001 508 477 8600
One of the best ways to explore Martha's Vineyard is by bike,
you can cruise around the streets and easily get to the beach
with so little hassle.
Martha's Bike Rentals
Lagoon Pond Rd
Tel: 001 508 693 6593