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Made it through the night with no unwanted foot massages. The 'dilapidated depressing hostel' as described by Lonely Planet was mostly true, I'd describe it as rustic. Mainly because of the ****** cabins but also because you can walk straight outside into the beautiful tranquility of Provincetown. It was another hue blue day. Started the day with a generous offer of breakfast from a fellow bunker, he was considerably older and much richer than ...
... was much more prosperous and clean compared to downtown St. Louis the polar opposite. The entertainers did a great show with triple back flips and a crazy jump over three people. Caught the ferry over to Provincetown. Stood up on the back boat when a gush of wind picked up the Yankee hat off my head and flung it at high speed into the sea. Arrived in Provincetown, immediately confronted by the amount of gays in the ...
Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
... contains a chandelier which originally burned whale oil. The congregation has since seen the light and converted the chandelier to electricity. Moby Dick and his friends are happy.
Walking around it seems church steeples can be seen everywhere. One of note is the 92 foot clock tower of The Old Whaling Church. Built in 1843, today it is used as a town meeting place and performing center. The bright white of this Methodist church provides a nice contrast against a perfect blue ...
On our way back to NYC, Sue insisted on going to Cape Cod - it was the real estate agent in her wanted to see where the Cape Cod houses came from. It so happens we actually didn't see that many there. The town at the end of Cape Cod is Provincetown but the drive there has some great places to see, eg Sandwich which has a glass museum and some great art galleries.
We initially stayed just ouside the town and then had two days at the Provincetown Inn, average. The town is ...
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