Revere Guest House
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After eating a dirty burger from Mark Wahlbergs' brother's joint, Wahlburgers we arrived in Provincetown, a cute little town right at the end of Cape Cod, predominantly frequented by tourists of the gay variety. I'm sure it's great fun in the summer but right now it's out of season and most places are closed. The shops that were open seemed to solely sell leather items and cat t shirts aimed at the lesbian market. The restaurants however, ...
... beautiful but all the people coming in and taking pictures made it a little hard to work. The town is also very dog friendly and there were adorable puppies everywhere. I am in serious need of some animal loving as I am missing my beautiful little Lio and the wagging little tail of LouLou. The store owners even have doggy treats for the dogs that come in. So cute! We spent a few hours walking around the town and trying not to eat all the food. There was an amazing looking Portuguese ...
... with his humorous descriptions of island life. Alfred dropped us off in Edgartown for lunch and shopping. John and I had an excellent meal at the Sea Shanty---lobster bisque for me, clam chowder for John and a seafood platter to share. I found a Martha's Vineyard T shirt I liked, purchased a few post cards and John found a wine store.
... Very difficult to get good photographs, though.
When we got to Plymouth, established in 1620 and sometimes called "America's hometown, we had some time to wander and take some pictures. Some in our group toured the Mayflower II but we had been there, done that in 2009. We had NOT gotten the t-shirt, however, and wouldn't you know, we ended up buying t-shirts on this trip! Postcards were our ...
... tourists to view fishing vessels come, go and unload.
We watch the first vessel in – the Hunter – maneuver in and unload its catch. Seals and gulls are circling the boat constantly. Be sure to watch the video of unloading the catch and pay special attention to the ship’s Captain stashing an 8 pound lobster – evidently for his ...