Romeo'S Holiday & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... br> The plan after the Cape is Pembroke with Mary and Dave for a few days, a visit with Anne who is on the injured reserve list, then Montreal for the F1 Grand Prix weekend, then a few days in Ottawa with Marilynn and Paul. Then off to the cottage for the summer with a weekend racing and camping at Watkins Glen with our boot buddies thrown in late June. Cottage plans include lots of guests and a refresh of the kitchen to keep Annette from cabin fever. Apparently ...
... locally, her response was that we should go to “The Sysco Warehouse Store in Hyannis”. Umm. I hope these fine crackers are not next to the 1 gallon cans of “Genuine New England Clam Chowder” we might have just consumed.
The raw bar oysters were local and delicious! Chatham Oysters have rich, firm meats with a “slap you in ...
... really appreciated.
We picked up car and headed out down the Cape. Our first stop was Salt Pond Visitors center near Eastham. We walked the Nauset Marsh trail and enjoyed the views and scenery. It was a nice leisurely walk. We decided not to check out the museum there because a bus tour of people had just arrived and we're also not big museum people.
Our next stop was Nauset Light ...
... from the beach on the mile-long mall, the surrounding water had disappeared due to really low tide. We observed seagulls eating clams by craftily crashing them on the flat mall rocks.
On our way back we stopped to have a dinner at Moby Dick's. Crowded and popular place, but the food was somewhat disappointing.
Fantastic day, relaxing and full of great memories.
... 8216;Little Red Schoolhouse’ served as Scituate’s high school from its opening in 1893 until the Gates Intermediate School was built in 1917. Any trip to Scituate needs to include a stop here, there are pamphlets showcasing all of the town’s historical sites and they come in very handy when trying to plan a day trip. Old ...