Simmons Homestead Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
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... monks pulled up in a white jeep, beats pumping in the summer sun and then proceeded into the Starbucks we were sat outside mouths agape.
Well, never ones to miss a photo opportunity, this was certainly our chance, so as I relaxed in the sun Paulie moved and re-angled the car and led in waiting for his unsuspecting photo victims!
When I made that comment earlier in the day, never in a ...
... 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 ...
... down to a very tidal beach. On our way back to Yarmouth we also found the first real coffee place on the Cape. Unfortunately it's 10 miles from our house.
We've been to Hyannisport which is where the Kennedys lived on a 6 acre waterfront property, visited the JFK museum and did a beach walk to look at the houses in the Kennedy compound...easy to do despite being told "no way" at the museum! Among one ...
... opening to the public at 2:30 THAT AFTERNOON! The families of the crew and the passengers had been there in the morning for a private ceremony to dedicate the memorial. We had no idea of the humbling day the visit would be. As we stood in line at 3:00, we heard people talking to others in line that their son was one of the pilots of the plane!
The Visitor Center is a beautiful work of architecture. We learned that ...
... had to maneuver over across a few lanes. People were creaming at us and flipping us the bird, horns were blaring, but they didn't want to let us over. After darned near driving Klyed into the separating piling, someone was kind enough to slow down enough to let us in. Of course 50 feet of beast moving into their lane could have helped persuade them. Regardless, we made it out alive and in one piece!
Oh, and unless you wish to ...