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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, ...
... we managed to resist. Ahhh!! Is it rude of me to say I know why there is an obesity problem in the USA? It’s because everything looks so damn good!!!! When it started to get darker we drove back to Wellfleet beach to spend the night. The Oysterfest was finished so we had the parking lot to ourselves. It was a pretty cold night being right on the ocean but the sky cleared up and gave us an amazing starry night. After our busy day we slept like champs filled with seafood and ...
Well, we can honestly say that we have never seen this much rain in one. Never.
The day started with making a lasagna and watching a full season of Weeds. Every time we thought it would let up, it didn't.
We've been playing games with Maeve, although she enjoyed a do-nothing day, too.
We had a late night last night, going to see Kate ...
... would someone name a place after lettuce on a bun?
We stopped for breakfast at Cracker Barrel (can't remember where) and we were both really ready for it because we had no dinner last night. It was a great place to eat (thank you Marie-Claire & Hal for recommending).
We had rain for a couple of hours today - the first real extended period of rain we have had on the trip, but once again it didn't really affect us as we were driving. ...
... our car, a silver Chrysler 200 convertible, and the journey out to Provincetown was a surprisingly easy two-and-a-half hours.
Provincetown is a very cute seaside town, all painted wooden houses and white picket fences. We first checked into our hotel, 8 Dyer, which is a very sweet and smart-looking converted house run by Tim and Frank. It only has a few rooms which are all off the foyer (what would be the ...