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Monday, June 28, 2010

Trip to the Cape, Pt. 3

Tonight I'll be continuing with photos of
my trip to Sandwich; I apologize if it seems
like they're taking forever (I haven't even got
up to Nantucket yet!), but I have over 300
and I'd really like to share them all with you!
So, please, just bear with  me :p

Next morning's cup of coffee... cute cup, eh?

In my monogrammed robe!

Table setting

Assorted fruit... yum.

Tomato and scallion egg white omelet
on an English muffin half... dee-licious!

After breakfast, we walked directly across 
the street to the Sandwich Glass Museum . . .

Glassware on display

So pretty!

After the museum, we took a drive out on 6A
and stopped at Titcomb's Bookshop . . .

The beautiful house attached

The charming little shop
(I loved the way the books resting
on the open window sill looked!)

After we browsed through the bookshop
and a bought a couple of items (I found
an old written-in baby book, and Tasha 
Tudor note cards!), we headed east to
gorgeous Yarmouthport and stopped at
The Friday Club for some strawberry shortcake . . .

The Friday Club

Our adorable table ♥


Mom ready to dig in!

(I wanted that tablecloth so badly!)

Then, later that evening, we went to Hyannis to 
hop on board Cape Cod Central Railroad's
Elegant Dinner Train! ♥. . .

Awaiting the train...

Here it comes!

Yup, that's the one!

Our assigned car, "Sandy Neck"

Our lovely table

First course: 
New England Clam Chowder

Second Course:
Stuffed Salmon Florentine
(it was so good!)

Enjoying the sights during dinner
(it was a bit rainy out, but I thought it
only added to the coziness!)

See what I mean? :)

And, finally, the Third Course:
Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake
(I don't even have to tell you how good that was!)

My verdict on the dinner train?...
Worth every single penny!

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Pictures of my meeting with a fellow blogger
and dear friend who lives on the Cape,
many more sites around Sandwich,
and dinner in Yarmouthport... next post!

♥ . . .  T o   b e   c o n t i n u e d  . . . ♥


  1. I LOVE Titcombs! You can subscribe to their monthly email newsletter... it's a fun read and has a link to purchase their books online. ;) Lucky you going on the dinner train!!!

  2. Love your pictures - especially since I have never ever been to New England, and it is definitely on my "places to go" list! You travel like I do, enjoying treats all along the way.

  3. Our entire trip was wonderful. I especially enjoyed the dinner train. Even though the weather was rainy, it still was an awesome trip and a delicious dinner. You are right. It was worth every penny. Love you.

  4. Oh! The Friday Club!
    pitty pat pitty pat
    so wonderful

  5. Beautiful Pics! Don't you just love New England?! The charm, the coziness, the accents! It's all so wicked good! ;)Alyssa

  6. Gorgeous pics and they make me want to go to New England one day. Your food pics are wonderful, wow, what an exciting trip. Ann

  7. Oh Erin, you are driving me crazy!!!
    I love your photo's and your descriptions.
    I love the train, does it run all year round?



  8. The dinner train was such a great idea! i love the picture of your Mom at the table with the house behind.I can see you both had a good time.


  9. This trip seems to have been a great culinary adventure too!!! The Friday Club, train..., so awesome! And I don't care how long it takes, dear..., I want to see it all!

  10. Oh my goodness...I just love this story you are telling us!! And to think you were able to live it!!! Amazing..I'm so excited and can't wait for your next blog!!

    xoxo Gert

  11. Oh, Wow what a trip Erin!
    That train ride, how cool! And the homes with the shake cedar siding, oh I love that!
    Lucky Girl!

  12. I've often thought of taking that dinner train trip. Lots like it's going on my to do list.

    The Friday club? Never heard of it but that strawberry shortcake looks so good I will have to
    check it out.

  13. Oh the desserts you are showing. My mouth is watering.


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