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After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.
We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...
... though N was so cold afterwards that his mouth & hands were blue and he was chattering/shivering for quite a while. Poor baby! We took him home and gave him chicken soup and read books under blankets for a while. I made kabobs for dinner while T tried to entertain N for hours on end. It was a little stressful and in retrospect we wished they had left the house and gone somewhere!
After bedtime, we talked about ate popcorn. We haven't felt awake ...
... hard into the sea bed (!). We spent the day on the beach before heading off to the next community along Cherry Pines, for eats, drinks, cabaret and dancing. Internet access was like gold dust in the island hence the delay in blogging, we're now heading to NYC and will be pleased to stay in one place for a week so that we can finally ...
... 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 ...