Harbor Hotel Provincetown
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was off wandering around the buzzing streets, going down to the water’s edge and eventually finding a great bar with a fantastic view across to the very tip of the peninsular.
We got talking to a young couple next to us from Boston who only two days previously had got married! They often came here for holidays and told us that we couldn’t drive to the point in the distance but we ...
... 8221; brininess, a sweet taste and a mild mineral finish. Oh yea, slap my face you delicious raw bivalve.
I also ordered the fish and chips which turned out to be wonderful large pieces of Cod fish with a light crunchy Cajun spice batter. Perhaps the best fish of the fish and chips combo I have had. Casey had been craving fried clams. Not those tough, ...
... we saw our first lighthouse (well, up close anyway, we'd been viewing the lighthouses in Ptown from afar). We walked down to the beach to enjoy the mighty Atlantic Ocean. The waves were powerful that day but the best part was watching the seals playing in the surf. Every once in while they would pop up behind the waves. We walked the trail up to Nauset Light on to the Three Sisters Lighthouses for a quick photo op. By now ...
I was on the go again this morning and once again found myself overheating in the subway as I made my back to the bus station. A man started talking to me about camping whilst on the platform, and when I said I wasn't camping just backpacking he asked how far south I’d been so I told him about Texas. He stated he was heading there soon, and that he whilst he has seen the Alamo before it was smaller than he imagined, and that I could probably ...
... years old, that are empty during the colder months but were bustling with activity on this day. There is a breakwater which sticks out into the harbor with many tiny sailboats heading out into the open water from Museum Beach. It is out on the breakwater where you can get a tremendous view of Scituate Light which looks more like a granite ...