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TravelPod Member ReviewsHeritage House Provincetown
Un "pub" donde almorzamos y vimos perder a los "Patriots". Yes... Brady no me cae bien. Nada del otro mundo.
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... homes of whaling captains of old and celebrities of today, including a favorite author, David McCullough. When we returned to Oak Bluffs, we browsed for a while and just enjoyed the scenery and some people-watching while waiting for the ferry departure time.
... too big to put in the bag. Everything else was shut for the season,
We had our meal at George's which was a very nice bar/restaurant, having avoided the parade of small (and some larger dogs) which were being walked by their male owners. All of them were male. ALL of them. The fare at George's was fairly standard pizza/pasta, but was very nice. We even had an alcoholic beverage! We remarked several times that a place like that would make ...
We woke up late to a rainy morning and got ready slowly. We decided to walk to the east end and had a leisurely stroll, checking out the brunch menus as we went along. We decided on Devon's for breakfast and were not disappointed. Really good Bellini!
We slowly made our way back to the hotel--stopping for a malassada on the way--and decided to do the ...
... 30th-Friday- Another slow start to the day. Phil decided to go into town to the YMCA for exersize that he is not able to get from the small gym here and he is longing for a steam bath. The Y will probably be shut down by the time he gets hack here from AZ. Part of it is being sold to Northeaster Univ and the Y will have to completely renovate the part they will keep - the facilities will be less that they are now and everyone is upset. This should have ...
... local farmer’s market. Shore side it was interesting, but the anchorage had problems. It suffered from a large number of commercial whale watching boats which came through at high speed. The wakes were terrible. On one occasion, I saw “captain John’s whale watching” make a high speed turn about 300 feet from us and what can only be called a tsunami was heading our way. It was a 2 foot high wall of water. I had to grab the dinghy painter (rope ...