Kadee's Gray Elephant

Address: 216 Main St., Box 86, East Orleans, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02643, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from East Orleans

Pilgrim's, Jaws and home

A travel blog entry by legoindiana on Jan 04, 2015

3 photos

... on the way. Provincetown is famous because it is the place where the pilgrims arrived on the Mayflower ship in 1620.

We visited the Pilgrim monument which is a monument to the pilgrims. Built in 1910 it is the tallest all granite structure in the United States at 252 feet tall. We walked the 116 steps to the top and there were amazing views. It was a sad as Brian and Denise were leaving the next ...

Ferry to Martha's Vineyard

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 13, 2014

19 photos

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Plymouth, "America's Home Town," and Old Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 12, 2014

10 photos

... two nights. We travelled along Cape Cod National Seashore, famous for its spectacular sand dunes, and made another stop at Chatham Light and Veteran's Park Beach.

Places on ...

The Kennedy's hide away

A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 05, 2014

2 comments, 25 photos

... boutique stores and restaurants and a gorgeous small white colonial style church. We parked up down a quiet side street, set up the campervan, had dinner and settled in for our first night in the van.

It took a while to get to sleep, every noise and passing car we thought was someone coming to tell us to move. It wasn't until 7am that a lovely police officer tapped on the window and woke us to tell us it was time to move on. He was very polite. We found a little spot ...

Weekends with Claire (Part I)

A travel blog entry by normon66 on Sep 23, 2011

2 comments, 9 photos

... New Haircut." I am kicking myself for not getting a picture of it. Into Connecticut and through Hartford as the sun set brilliantly to the west. Neither of us desiring anything romantic, thus relieving the pressure to "be" someone and the fear of saying the wrong thing, the drive back to Albany was accompanied by an abundance of good conversation and stories, realizing that we have somewhat similar views on life and lust.

The dad was ...