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Travel Blogs from Provincetown
... parking fine.
Movie Drive In - with authentic MONO speakers and popcorn with liquid butter. Ruth and James did camping.
Long dreary drive to Falmouth and then great cycle ride and home for a lovely sunset.
Off to Nantucket ...
... at the front of the boat and happened quickly- poor Ruth was just too small and adults leaned out in front of her.
Exhilarating experience. They are just so huge.
Back on dry land we explored Princetown. Great galleries and paintings tempting but not practical. Tom missing his Afternoon Tea but did find great cookies in Joe's cafe- still had tea in paper cups but as weather awesome (lovely breeze and 81 degrees) we were more forgiving.
Decided to go the ...
... is open to the public.
As fate would have it, we complete our tour just in time to take the Ranger-led tour of the Three Sisters Lighthouses. These lighthouses were replaced in the 1920's by the current Nauset Light which is still in operation today. The Three Sisters can have been preserved in a clearing near the Nauset Light. Our guide is Robert Duval ...
... starving and decided to head to Wellfleet for lunch.
The cab driver that morning had suggested Bomb Shelter pub for lunch--we discovered the pub was part of the Bookstore Restaurant. Wellfleet seemed pretty quiet but that restaurant was popping. There was a nice view of Wellfleet harbor from the upstairs deck but we sat at a table in the bar--also with a view though. P tried a new beer: ...
... top of it; did I mention he was short? I was going to let that pass until he said I could probably reach the top of the thirty-three-feet high structure.
From the subway I caught the connector bus over to the World Trade Centre, where I sat amongst the office workers just as I had in New York, but the Bostonians seemed a friendly bunch in comparison; rather than tut at me for getting in their way, they just ignored me. I walked through the ...