Romeo'S Holiday & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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, ...
... since he covers it with his sweatshirt.
We then go over to the more colorful Great Pumpkin to view its catch of the day. Today, the main catch for them is Skate. They cut off the wings to sell to Restaurants and the rest of the Skate is sold to lobster fishermen as bait. The Captain tells me the Skate wings are a delicacy he sells to the finest ...
... and only 60 proof...we bought a small bottle in hopes we could find the Allen's brand in Boston only to find no ginger brandy to be had in Boston at all!
But enough about ginger branch and back to our evening...P had a hankering for cookies for dessert but the cookie shop was closed so we opted for some fudge and coconut haystacks at Fudge Factory instead. Our bellies full, we called it night around ...
... beautiful, just a perfect one to spend on a beach sunbathing, reading, playing. All was amazing, except for one really annoying thing - sand flies. They were biting like crazy and driving us nuts, until we found a way to fight them back. It was almost impossible to catch or kill them, but Elena came up with a genius idea of throwing handfuls of sand at the notorious irritating attackers. At least one ...
... as seen from Museum Beach.
The Mann Farmhouse and Museum on Greenfield Lane is interesting for the fact that the Mann family are the descendants of Richard Mann who settled in Scituate in 1636. Three generations of Mann’s lived in the house right after, and a seventh generation Mann, Percy Mann, lived in the house until his ...