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... it was off wandering around the buzzing streets, going down to the water’s edge and eventually finding a great bar with a fantastic view across to the very tip of the peninsular.
We got talking to a young couple next to us from Boston who only two days previously had got married! They often came here for holidays and told us that we couldn’t drive to the point in the distance but we ...
... felt like rush hour at home. You wonder is it an accident or what and no as usual you get to a point and there's nothing. We saw some absolutely beautiful countryside. I've included some of the pictures from our drive some good some not so good since almost all them taken from a moving vehicle. However I am disable were tired when we got to the hotel and forgot to go back out to see the moon which had been beautiful on the last part of our ...
... briny, meaty oyster with a well-balanced flavor. The couple at the table next to us had complemented the wait-staff on the Chowder. Casey ordered it. That couple was so wrong. So, very, very wrong. Next to the great oysters, the “PainKiller” cocktails were the second best thing about this mostly forgettable meal. Really, I have forgotten what I ate. Likely, a defense ...
... it was a tourist stroll through the trees, on a boardwalk through the swamp and then along the road back to the carpark so we didn't even work up a sweat.
We had a look around Wellfleet and went down to the wharf and beach to find something to eat. Sam's Seafood Cafe was the lucky recipient of our custom and we sat out at a table on the beach and enjoyed the sun and the sea view. I found the shell of an enormous crab-like creature (can't remember the name) and then saw ...
... of it. After a while, being fed up of trees, we turned off the Mid-Cape and headed towards the National Seashore (as the protected part is known) at Nauset Beach. There was a lighthouse and spectacular views along a very deserted beach for miles in either direction.
Heading back to the highway, we hadn't gone very far when we spotted a milling of people and a sign 'flea market' so we quickly stopped. It seems ...