Mid-Cape AYH Hostel
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... the area where all boats set sail to catch the shark and where Hooper arrived when they hung the wrong shark.
We also went to the famous black dog shop which is a famous brand of clothing once only available on the island. Black dog merchandise famously also was bought for Monica Lewinsky by Bill Clinton.
From Sandwich we drove along cape cod to Provincetown, stopping at a couple ...
... with his humorous descriptions of island life. Alfred dropped us off in Edgartown for lunch and shopping. John and I had an excellent meal at the Sea Shanty---lobster bisque for me, clam chowder for John and a seafood platter to share. I found a Martha's Vineyard T shirt I liked, purchased a few post cards and John found a wine store.
... Very difficult to get good photographs, though.
When we got to Plymouth, established in 1620 and sometimes called "America's hometown, we had some time to wander and take some pictures. Some in our group toured the Mayflower II but we had been there, done that in 2009. We had NOT gotten the t-shirt, however, and wouldn't you know, we ended up buying t-shirts on this trip! Postcards were our ...
As mentioned, we arrived on the Cape on Labor Day, and the traffic going back into the city was awful. I was very thankful we were driving in the other direction. These few days will be R&R for us. A little sightseeing and touristy stuff, but mostly relaxing. This weekend is an annual event called Windmill Weekend in Eastham. All kinds of community activities--fish fry, pancake breakfast, parade, car show, ...
... to Plymouth and settled there instead because there was fresh flowing water. To commemorate their landing here, there is a 253ft Pilgrim Monument capped with a turret. Local residents (the Capers) call this place P-town.
It’s a multi-colored fishing town - the streets are so narrow that most are one-way only. Tourism is the only economic stimulant; the downtown shops all cater to art fanciers, painting and photo galleries plus ...