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The back of the home has a gigantic yard and when it was built had harbor views. No water is visible now because of tree growth and development.
No pictures are allowed inside of any of the mansions. As you can imagine, this one was over the top ornate in its décor.
This picture was taken from the lower level of the mansion, just outside the kitchen. Delivery trucks would deliver supplies under this vine covered entrance. If you were a guest staying on the main level, you wouldn’t see the trucks because of the vines.
Day Two’s dinner was at Flo’s Clam Shack. We both had a platter of delicious fried clams, mine whole-belly. While good, they took care of any fried food craving that I’ll have for a long while.
We noticed signs outside of most restaurants that said “Proper Dress Required. Gentleman, No Tank Tops.” I couldn’t figure this out because the only place I ever see a man wearing a tank top at home is in the gym and I don’t even see a lot of them there. Note the gentleman in the photo above. Once I started looking around, I saw quite a few tourists dressed like this. Blah!
Day three’s adventure include Cliff Walk and more mansion tours. Please come back!