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... of town and catch a few different public
transport options, all of which were very complicated. And the
forecast was for hot. So we decided not to torture ourselves with
hot, tired, cranky walking people and to leave early this morning to
drive a little of it and get an idea before heading away. We only
have so many days to fit so many things in and although interesting,
it's not a must see place for us.
We drove into Boston around ...
... a lot more time there. Check the website for a lot of information on the pilgrims.
Outside of town, the Plimoth Plantation recreates what life was like for the first Pilgrims. It was late in the day, so we were tired and didn’t have a lot of time before it closed. It did complete the day.
If you are the type who likes to soak in everything, Plymouth – deserves at least 2 ...
... people cheered as they swam in. we were a couple of cheerleaders ourselves. it was great fun. the nite before was the celebration for life and it was at the unitarian church in provincetown (where they have a lesbian minister). we went to the celebration where we listened to singers and muscians (lots of local talent show up and it is free). so much fun and a feel good ...
... there would be none of them left.
This evening we did some shopping in Provincetown. I had seen a T-shirt I liked when we first arrived but Dave was not overly-impressed with it as he thought it looked as if I was returning to my hippie days. I decided that was OK - I can still do hippie when I want to. At my age I think I should be allowed to wear whatever I want within reason so I rebelled and bought it.
We decided to find somewhere a bit less "entertaining" for ...
... separate from most other folks and for free too. A good result for an extra 5 mins walk.
Provincetown seems to be a lovely little, 'boho' town at the very end of the Cape, full of galleries and museums and shops selling very expensive tat to rich Bostonian holidaymakers. It had a very end of season feel to it and a few places were boarded up ready to resist the winter storms. I think the unseasonable ...