Parkers River Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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The clocks went back last night so we are now five hours behind the UK, and also the sun now sets here at 4.30pm. Also the season ended last night so most things are now closed - they have little signs on the doors saying 'see you again in April 2016'!
A quick breakfast in a much quieter and overcast Provincetown. I noticed a tyre (tire in American) pressure warning on the car so went to a service station and pumped it up - thankfully it seems OK.
We we ...
... eventually changed to more of a tourist and artist colony when the whaling industries declined. Nowadays is is a small town of less than three thousand souls which enlarges to ten times that during the tourist season. A large majority of the houses are holiday homes. And also the character of the centre of the town is dominated by a very visible gay community, predominately male. The town is full of art galleries and quite expensive shops but ...
... route made by the early settlers in 1957.
Forget the disappointment of Salem - this was done really well and the ship was occupied by actors in costume from 1620 when the ship arrived at Cape Cod, who played the part in old English language and dialect, and only spoke about matters contemporary to them in that time. This was fascinating for us and absolutely amazing for the various school trips that were visiting the ship today. We ...
... as well as human level.
We spent quite a while simply wandering around Provincetown and getting to know the place a little but as it was far too hot to do any serious exploration further afield on foot, we got back into the car that we had hired for our fly, drive adventure and rounded the Cape ...
We are On the Road Again as Willie would say (or sing) after an ample breakfast at the hotel. Within the hour the sky cleared and we revelled in the sunshine on the colourful hills as we entered Massachusetts. The only wildlife encountered was a small band of wild turkeys on the roadside. By noon we crossed 2 huge bridges to enter Newport where we would spend the day. Getting off the coach, we entered the Visitors Center and with a map set off to explore the city. ...