High Pointe Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... some parts sand actually spilled onto them. Well this was a change from rolling green hills!
After we parked the car and started walking around town we instantly liked it. We could tell it had once been a sleepy little fishing village but despite the growth had still kept a local and cared for feel about it.
The shops were painted all sorts of bright colours and sold all kinds of weird ...
... felt like rush hour at home. You wonder is it an accident or what and no as usual you get to a point and there's nothing. We saw some absolutely beautiful countryside. I've included some of the pictures from our drive some good some not so good since almost all them taken from a moving vehicle. However I am disable were tired when we got to the hotel and forgot to go back out to see the moon which had been beautiful on the last part of our ...
... see the water plumes of whales not far off the beach. Difficult to actually see the whales even through the telescopes at the visitors centre. Provincetown has been the highlight of our time in Cape Cod, quite old but with new life from the gay community and bohemian themes, and another great place to scoff lobster!
As in Cape May we have squirrels running around and climbing up the trees around the ...
... opening to the public at 2:30 THAT AFTERNOON! The families of the crew and the passengers had been there in the morning for a private ceremony to dedicate the memorial. We had no idea of the humbling day the visit would be. As we stood in line at 3:00, we heard people talking to others in line that their son was one of the pilots of the plane!
The Visitor Center is a beautiful work of architecture. We learned that ...
... windows that come off the lake will usually be enough to cool off our RV.
The cost of groceries was another thing that hit us hard when we crossed over the border. We were shocked to find how much things had gone up in prices over the last 3 to 4 years. We have not done any U.S. shopping in those years, so we have adjusted to a Mexican cost of living. We have gotten used to our less than $1,500 USD a month living expenses for the two of us. ...