The Cotuit Inn

451 Main Street, Cotuit, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02635, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cotuit

Crossing Borders

A travel blog entry by gscaldwell

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After four relaxing days in PEI and then being warmly welcomed in Moncton for two days by Manon and Keenan, we set off last Saturday (Oct. 26th) for Hyannis, USA. Hyannis is essentially the hub of the Cape Cod area and we were delighted to find that our hotel was right on the quaint Main Street of this resort town, that is thankfully quite a bit less crowded than during peak summer season. We have made it our hub of activity too, planning to venture from here to Salem for ...

Day 4 - Falmouth, Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by evie033

Woke up this morning, our last day in the Cape. Breakfast was again delightful. Wasn't sure what to do, but over heard the English couple say they would go to Sandwich. Checked it up on the internet and sounded like a neat town. It was 1 hr I think or thereabouts. After about 20 mins driving it started to rain and didn't stop. The museum was closed So decided to go to Dennis. Arrived at the museum of art and ...

24 - 26 October - Cape Cod, Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by ausrockets

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On Thursday (24th) we headed out of Boston to the Cape Cod area. We had a few problems when we arrived in Hyannis and found that the hotel Dad had booked had decided to close early after the summer season, but that was soon fixed. Our hotel was in Hyannis and we covered all the towns along the Cape whilst we have been here. We even wen't to "Chatham" but the local school wasn't ...

Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... and tidy, from modest s saltbox bungalow to imposing mansion. Roads are narrow, winding and very scenic, especially with the fall colors so flagrant. This is the first area on our journey that I wish we had our bicycles. There is an incredible rail trail bike path that runs the length of the Cape, from Sandwich on the canal to the end at Provincetown. You can also ride ...

Back to the Beyond

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... goes to the public schools and 90% of it's graduated go on yo college. Is there a lesson there? Leaving Concord we traveled towards a town in my personal history as well as part of the history of theAmerican industrial revolution, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. This was a place where immigrants came to find work in the textile mills and garment factories. My dad's mom brought her three sons here in1917 after her husband died in ...

 

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