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July 29th – day 86
We spent the evening last night
deciding what to do about Boston. It's one of those places with lots
of history and they have a great walking trail which takes in lots of
places in one half day walk Trouble is we have kids. And they're not
that interested in any of that since they're not from USA. Plus the RV
is too big to park in Boston. After ringing the info centre they said
we'd have to ...
... to describe the place is eccentric. The shops all had an air of intrigue. Not least the "Marine Specialties" store. If it has been made, they sell it there. The place had replica cannons, anchors, life-rafts and torpedos hanging off the ceiling; full ceramic sets from American Airlines 1st class; and SWORDS. There was also the Toys of Eros shop; there was a lovely sex swing in the window that would've been a perfect gift for the grandparents. It ...
... br> Afterwards, we stopped for a drink at Old Colony Tap. Heading to our hotel, we discovered a crazy "military surplus" store that sold everything you could think of. They had bridesmaids dresses, airline serveware, canteen, seashells, guns. It was crazy.
Back on our deck, we drank a bottle of local wine we had picked up earlier (do I sense a theme here?). While on the deck nature decided to put on ...
... and it rained last night. Before we had gone a few miles we realized that the fog was rolling in and was thick! And it stayed foggy all the way to the Cape--where it turned to very heavy rain and continued until just before we arrived in Provincetown. We checked in and have room 56 at the Provincetown Inn, away from the town and on the waters edge. Our plan was to go to the wine and snacks here and then into town for dinner, but the wine and snacks ...
... Its on the very tip of Cape Cod. It is surrounded by some of the best beaches around and there is a national sea shore there that rivals any I have ever seen the view from the observation tower is amazing. It is also the place of the first landing of the Pilgrims in 1620. Yes, Plymouth is the site of the settlement but the first landing was at P-town. In recognition there is a very high and very attractive monument the landing.
Ptown is a busy place in the ...