We only had a few hours in Salem, MA so we opted to do one of the trolley tours. It was a beautiful day (I mean look at the blue sky). We were turning a corner and I saw this mirror and snapped a really quick picture. If you zoom in you can actually see Ditz and I in the back - me taking the picture and him looking the other direction.
We had lunch in Salem at a little place called Rockafellas. We both got the fish and chips. It was OK, not awesome like I hoped. There was a lot of that, me trying to find good fish and chips and not bein able to!
I just thought that this was really cool.
We were waiting here for our trolley. I really liked our trolley driver, she was really funny and made people shut up that were distracting. Super!
I really liked this blue bicycle.
Everything was very witchy. If we would have had more time I might would have gone in to one of these little shops and maybe had my fortune read. : )
I don't think there was anything in particular about this house that was brought up on the tour, but I liked it anyway.
This is America's oldest candy shop. Of Course we went in, but getting there was a pain in the butt. Ditz ended up dropping me off and then making a loop since we couldn't find parking. I picked up a couple of things (ok, maybe more than a couple). It was really good!
Another little light house. This one was very tiny.
Don't know why, but I really liked these windows.
There would probably be more pictures except it is really hard to take good pictures out of a trolley. And once that ride was over we basically hopped immediatly in the car to head to Southbridge, MA. This was the last sunny day other than one day.