Friday, January 22, 2010

Accomodation Links

We took this picture at the beach just minutes away from the Dan'l Webster Inn where we will be married this coming June. Of course in June it will be much warmer than it was this particular morning.

The wedding will take place on Sunday, June 27th, at 10:30 in the morning. We are planning on a short, simple ceremony in the garden. A reception, complete with a dinner (your choice of Swordfish or Chicken Oscar), will follow at 6:30 in the evening.

We hope you'll make a vacation out of your trip to cape cod. If you are  still looking for a place to stay, there are lots of options. Of course you are welcome to stay at the Dan'l Webster Inn, ($199 and up/Night). There are other bed and breakfasts in the area, and a few hotels. Some of our friends have teamed up to rent a condo, which is also a great idea. Make sure you reserve it far enough in advance. Some condo's want you to reserve it for an entire week. More information at

Here is a list of Bed and Breakfasts that were recommended:
There are several hotels and motels in the area that are more affordable ($65-$100), such as Pine Grove Cottages, Country Acres, Sandwich Lodge, Earl of Sandwich Inn, and Shady Nook Inn. If you see any good deals, let us know so we can share!

I can't wait to see you all at the wedding! Expect formal invitations in the mail over the next few weeks.

Going Public

We have now announced our wedding to both of our families.

If you want to catch up with the blog, Michael writes about how we met here, and I write about how we got engaged here.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

All Moved In!

We made it to Boston! We found an apartment in Malden right on the orange line (literally, the trains whiz by our window.) It is within our budget, though it is very old (charming!). The neighborhood makes me want to jump up and down, though. We are surrounded by the most beautiful New England houses you can imagine. I love this city so much!

Right now the apartment is looking kinda sparse. We spent the first several nights on the floor without electricity. We now can sleep off the floor, but we haven't invested much in furniture yet. Jobs have to come first. Let us know if you have any leads in the area!