Burying Point Cemetery
Sunday night we got back from a whirlwind road trip to Salem, MA. We've had this trip planned for many months as Derek's cousin was getting married in Boston, MA. We decided to stay in visit Salem since it's a close commute by train to Boston and it was on our list of places to visit.
I decided since we were visiting a place that is a mecca at Halloween time, I just had to wear my LucyFur leggings and vintage Halloween cat hoodie by Sourpuss Clothing. I got a lot of compliments on my leggings and some weird looks too, hehe! Hey, I like to dress in theme when vacationing. *Wink*
Derek the Ripper!
We had a good time and I have a lot more photos, but I have to admit that I won't be running back to visit Salem anytime soon. It's a neat place, love the feel of the city, yet you don't need a lot of time when visiting. Though I learned a few things I didn't know about the history of Salem and the Witch Trials, we were disappointed that everything seemed to close at 5pm and that all the museums were pretty cheesy, but fun! We mostly enjoyed the small things, like the Gulu-Gulu Cafe, walking around and admiring the houses and the quaint cobblestone streets and running around making our own fun. The occult shops are neat, but after a while you realize they all are pretty much the same, yet we did manage to bring home a lot of neat things, like another bone saw from a neat shop called Five Hands Curiosity Shoppe.
And of course our trips wouldn't be complete without squeezing as many Tiki destinations in as we can find, like visiting the Kowloon Restaurant in Saugus, MA. I ate so much Chinese food this trip annnnnd I really don't like Chinese food, but I can't say no to sampling the tropical libations!
We got to check a few things off our destinations list, but I'm always happy to be home.
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