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Travel Blogs from Provincetown
Honeymoon Day 1! After a great breakfast at the main house we hopped our bikes and headed back to our beach house for a nap in the sun. We were bums most of today, mapping out the rest of our time here and heading out in the evening to ride bikes down at the wharf and dinner at The Mews.
After a bright and early start in Boston the bus stopped in Hyannis before getting to Provincetown, where I took a bit of a break from non-stop travelling and just enjoyed the shopping and the sights!
As so many people we know and have met have said, this has been the trip of a lifetime. We have learned more than we ever imagined we would - not just about our country, geography, people, animals, history, science, and the environment, but about ourselves and each other as well. And yes, for those of you wanting to know, we did have some tension at times but we always managed to work through it. We've seen how incredibly beautiful and diverse our country ...
... Places always look nicer on glorious mornings, and that was certainly the case here. We enjoyed a coffee and a look round the shops, and a weird combination of a pumpkin field in a church grounds. Halloween meets Christianity? Only in America.
We ate our stolen bagels (and also some muffins, didn't mention them first time as the breakfast lady would have hunted us down) and then conferred as to whether Nicole would need another toilet ...
I awoke, knowing our plane would be arriving late in Boston--thus making me nervous about catching our 8:30am ferry to P-town. Hubby and I anxiously awaited our arrival in Boston.
We land at 7:45am (40 mins late). As we start to grab our bags we're asked to clear the aisle for passengers needing to catch connecting flights (hey! what about connecting ferries!) I had nearly accepted the fact we'd probably ...