The Provincetown Hotel At Gabriel's
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... Harper and whilst looking at his CD’s for sale he offered to play 3 songs from them to see if we liked what we heard.
How cool, a live performance in such an intimate setting just for us! We did indeed like all 3 songs and happily parted with $10 for our musical memory of our time in Sandwich listening to Gregg Harper in The Brown Jug.
Back home there was plenty more in store for ...
... and drawn the curtain hoping to wash his back. Slightly disturbed we headed back into town and walked the main strip called commercial street lined with shops selling all things gay and with gay names. Even the bank is called Seamens bank! Some drunk guy started talking us assuming ed and I were gay which we quickly corrected then insisted he would take us out for Jameson whiskey shots. We got away from him, had dinner and hit the sheets, slightly worried about the night ...
... another waters edge city, like Montreal, but this time with a sense of style and pace we 'got' immediately. Spacious and open with a very developed civic pride the planners put what was an apparently ugly flyover underground and built a narrow but seven mile long park on its grave. The same good sense kept the Italian quarter untouched and housed in the old dock buildings, and as thriving a community as you’d find anywhere. The stand ...
... our door - A bottle of wine from Doris! Read the paper and later began to get ready to head to Kimberly’s in New Hampshire--we are to be there around 2pm. There have been about 6 snowflakes floating past our window today. Off to Kimberly’s and arrived right at 2. Bernadette arrived shortly after us. 2 year old, now walking, Seamus was a wild kid today. He is sooooo determined in all that he does! The meal was great and all the presents were nice ...
... follow half a mile, take a slight left at Dover St. Parking area is on left. Jacobs Farmhouse: From Rt. 3 take Exit 13, turn right at Rt. 53, turn right at Rt. 123, follow half a mile. Farmhouse is on left on corner of Jacobs Lane.
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