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Martha's or Nantucket

post #1 of 32
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Thinking about taking a trip this weekend to one of the two. At this time of year, what should I be considering when making the choice? I'm looking for a relaxing time with the gf and a decent selection of restaurants.
post #2 of 32
Bite me




No offence to you, but I think that I am just going to do a thing where I respond to threads with 'bite me'

K
post #3 of 32
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Bite me




No offence to you, but I think that I am just going to do a thing where I respond to threads with 'bite me'

K

My, how stupid.
post #4 of 32
Nantucket.
post #5 of 32
martha's for more quiet, but i guess at this time a year, it's quiet at both places
post #6 of 32
Both will be quiet enough. Martha's is easier to get to which may be a significant factor for a short stay
post #7 of 32
Nantucket - Jarrid coffin house
post #8 of 32
Whitest. Thread. Ever.

That said, Nantucket.
post #9 of 32
Nantucket. Forget the Jared Coffin House. Stay at the Nesbitt Inn just down the street. Make sure to have brunch at the Brotherhood next door.
post #10 of 32
Thread Starter 
Well, now she doesn't want to go, so the point's moot. Maybe next weekend. Does Martha's have anything to offer that Nantucket doesn't besides "less"?
post #11 of 32
Depends on where you go on the Vineyard. Edgartown is very no-socks, Republican. Oak Bluffs is old African-American aristocracy, lots of cool Victorian houses. Vineyard Haven is a bit earthier, although pleasant enough. Then you get Chilmark, Menemsha, etc., further south which are much more away from things. Off-season, of course, you might find the whole island deserted except for construction crews.

Nantucket used to be more remote than the Vineyard, but that could have changed b/c of the bull market and increased prevalence of private jets.
post #12 of 32
In the minority here, but I've always preferred the Vineyard.
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Whitest. Thread. Ever.
Yeah, it is like looking at a massive sunburn.
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It's just missing something about the GAP.

Jon.
post #15 of 32
And yoga. And organic food...
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