The Provincetown Hotel At Gabriel's
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- Continental Breakfast
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Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
Decided to travel the old coast route to Cape Cod and stopped into Scituate to take pictures... Janice, one of my best friends lived here when she worked in Coahaset. We also see alot of pictures on the news when there is a Nor Easter coming up the Coast. Scituate seems to flood a lot. Cute, Quaint ...
... tourists to view fishing vessels come, go and unload.
We watch the first vessel in – the Hunter – maneuver in and unload its catch. Seals and gulls are circling the boat constantly. Be sure to watch the video of unloading the catch and pay special attention to the ship’s Captain stashing an 8 pound lobster – evidently for his ...
... our favorite Ptown dive, Old Colony Tap, because I wanted to try the Allen's ginger brandy I'd seen on the shelf earlier. It was 100 proof! Delicious but a bit strong following the martini...though it settles the stomach like nothing else. We really should have savored that ginger brandy though because we've since been unable to find it anywhere--even online! (We did stumble upon some at The Bunghole (see Salem) but it ...
Early Friday morning and we're off to Cape Cod, a place which has a lot of resemblance with Nida in Lithuania.
We headed straight to the tip of the peninsula, a city named Provincetown. It's a cute place, with narrow streets, little shops and colorful people. This colorfulness is clearly reflected by the prevailing rainbow flags widely seen fluttering on the sides of the houses.