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Having had quite enough of winter, yak tracs, frozen garage doors, ice dams, single lane roads and sub freezing tempertures we decided to leave a day early and get outta town and head to warmer climes. Drove around NYC on the Merritt Parkway to the New Jersey Turnpike. Made it as far as Richmond Virginia and heavy commuter traffic around DC and Richmond before stopping for the ...
... their year round but in the summer it can rise to 100,000. 56% of the homes are seasonally populated. Being an island it is only accessible by boat or air.
More interesting to Andrew it was where Jaws was filmed. We spent most of the time there being dragged about by Andrew trying to find area's where the filming took place. We managed to find the water taxi's, the town roads that Brody ...
... in their natural habitat. Richard, John and Sam headed home after we docked but the four of us decided to stay around, have some lunch and look around Provincetown which had some nice shops and some delicious ice cream! On our way back we stopped at Truro Vineyard for a wine tasting. We had high hopes to come back with a couple of cases for Richard and Dana but nothing really took our fancy so left with only 3 ...
... streets) to get dinner and had a look at some of the shops. The streets are really narrow and parking is almost non-existent. There are lots of funky little shops, eating places and art galleries. It reminds me a little of Ambleside in the Lake District in England. There is a booklet in our room telling us about the little art galleries and shops here and Dave is horrified as there are 50 of them! I have promised that I won't try to see every single one.
... sunny day, do not look comfortable!
Anyway, we had a wander, booked onto a whale-watching boat trip for the following day, bought some taffy (like fruitella) and fudge (amazing!), and then walked to the far ends of Commercial Street which mainly consist of galleries. There are a *lot* of galleries in Provincetown. And dogs (owned, not wild).
We then came back to our hotel, unpacked our bags and settled in ...