Friendship of Salem
After the Nubble, we switched cars and I got to ride in the rear right seat of a Continental Flying Spur with a "Comfort" package. That means better leather, a rear-seat entertainment package (including DVD player and noise suppressing headphones with a Bentley logo) and a lumbar-massaging seat, which really made being driven an even better experience.
The downside of the rear seat position, however, is that the woofer, which is mounted in the boot and ports its sound into the cabin through the parcel shelf, doesn't quite blend seamlessly with the other 14 cabin-mounted speakers. Not there, anywayit sounded fine up front.
Around 4pm, we pulled into Salem and drove down to the Maritime Historical site, where we learned there's a lot more to Salem than witchesa lot of nautical history, for instance. Here's a "Comfort" posing in front of the East Indiaman Friendship of Salem.