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... on the way. Provincetown is famous because it is the place where the pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower ship in 1620.
We visited the Pilgrim monument which is a monument to the pilgrims. Built in 1910 it is the tallest all granite structure in the United States at 252 feet tall. We walked the 116 steps to the top and there were amazing views. It was a sad as Brian and Denise were leaving the next ...
... with a giant homemade chocolate chip cookie which was just dying to be dunked in milk but sadly we didn’t have any and that cookie didn’t last more than three steps anyways!
We drove 30 minutes up the coast to Provincetown which is as far as you can drive up Cape Cod. It was a super adorable town that was filled with tourists who were probably also coming from the Oysterfest. Provincetown is known for being gay friendly and the rainbow flags everywhere ...
"In Vineyard Haven, on MV, mostly I love the soft collision here of harbor and shore, the subtly haunting briny quality that all small towns have when they are situated on the sea."
After breakfast in the hotel, we began our full-day excursion to Martha's Vineyard which started with a fairly long bus ride to Woods Hole to catch the ferry. It was ...
... One day…one day, we will try those oysters!!! Anyhow, the hamburgers were good and we ate them at picnic tables overlooking the bay. We tried to feed Botond a banana, but he graciously refused.
Later, we hiked out to as small island over a tidal pool around it using a wooden bridge. We were here last year when I was pregnant with Botond and we took some lovely pictures on the island. The tide was low ...
... in the northeast. The northern portion of the Cape is fairly bleak – scrubby trees, no grass, lots of drifted sand...It’s towering, weather-worn sand dunes are not a pretty site either. At one time, this area was lush and treed but the Pilgrims slashed and burned until all of the topsoil blew away - 400 years later nothing grows.
Provincetown – THIS was the landing place of the first Pilgrims in 1620. From here, they marched ...