Chatham Gables Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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As we returned to the car we could hear wonderful Blues type music coming from the garden of a bar called The Brown Jug.
Being in no particular rush to leave, we pulled up two chairs and happily sat with drinks in hand listening to this wonderful musician playing on his acoustic guitar and mouth organ.
During his breaks we got talking to him and found out his name ...
Our Cape Cod experience is quite different to Cape May. While we have bikes available to us we can't cycle as the roads are narrow - no footpaths and no cycle lanes. There are bike trails around the Cape but we can't transport them in our rental car.
We can walk to 2 golf courses, can fish in the pond below our house but must tour by car. We found a really good natural history museum and a walk through ...
... envisioned a small quiet place, but as several road signs announce: “Thickly Settled,” there are a lot of folks.
Sept 12-Went to a BIRD CARVING show (amazing!) and saw a cranberry bog (harvest is in two weeks!)
Sunday, Sept 13 - We worshiped at a Congregational church established in 1848 here in Sandwich. As we searched for our restaurant, we stumbled upon the Cape Cod Canal, toured the Corps ...
... reliable (although - to at least some extent - weather-dependent as well) even though the journey takes longer...
It depends where you are coming from, but for us it was a bus from Boston Logan airport to Hyannis (Plymouth-Brockton buses deliver you there in 2 hours), then a 1-hour-long ferry ride to Nantucket (or ...
... tea room and restaurant converted from, of all things, a slaughter house. The converted barn still had the overhead rail to move the beef around in hooks and the cold storage which was now a private dining table. I liked how the owner explained that the huge wooden bucket hanging from one of the corners was what was used to "clean the activities of the day." What an elegant way to describe the activities of slaughtering cattle! It ...