Harbor Hotel Provincetown

Address: 698 Commercial Street, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02657, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 698 Commercial Street, Provincetown, is near Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Schooner Bay Lady II, Provincetown Repertory Theater, and Rice-Polak Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from Provincetown

      Pilgrim's, Jaws and home

      A travel blog entry by legoindiana on Jan 04, 2015

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      ... their year round but in the summer it can rise to 100,000. 56% of the homes are seasonally populated. Being an island it is only accessible by boat or air.

      More interesting to Andrew it was where Jaws was filmed. We spent most of the time there being dragged about by Andrew trying to find area's where the filming took place. We managed to find the water taxi's, the town roads that Brody ...

      Welcome to P-Town!

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Sep 15, 2013

      55 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Lighthouses, Lighthouses, Lighthouses

      A travel blog entry by likakana82 on Sep 10, 2012

      44 photos

      ... but El Mundo was really good. I would say the style of food was more Mayan than Mexican. I had salmon fish tacos with chipotle aioli and enchiladas with a yummy mole sauce. They also made super strong margaritas. $$$ compared to the usual Mexican places we got to but this is Ptown. Checked out a couple shops--including one P swore was selling crack pipes--then headed in for the night after scoring some cookies at the cookie shop.

      P-Town Calling

      A travel blog entry by philippajane86 on Sep 29, 2011

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... was still in its Dunkin’ cup.

      I departed the ferry and made my way up the pier in search of my Couchsurfing host, Jennifer; whilst I’d warned her I would stand out at six-feet tall, she told me I’d probably spot her first as she’d be driving a 1977 British racing green VW Campervan. She was right, and I was soon sitting in the faux fur-lined seat up front, reliving the years spent in Mum and Dad’s orange VW ...

      In My Footsteps: Scituate, Mass.

      A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Jul 08, 2010

      ... than a lighthouse.A trip through several perfect postcards of a seaside village, that is what Scituate felt like for me. It is no coincidence then that I have been there three times since beginning these travel articles. I recommend visiting the Scituate Historical Society and getting the historic site pamphlet and then taking your time to see ...