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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... build as Mr Smith of Thornbury’s past golf experience was letting him down, but then came hole no.3...and it wasn’t pretty!
After an easy 2 putt from Mr Smith, Mrs Smith fell behind after an 11 putt attempt... (Well the hole was set on a slope and the ball just didn’t want to play...ball!)
Hole no. 7 was just as bad when Mrs Smith opted for the ‘risky’ route ...
... down to a very tidal beach. On our way back to Yarmouth we also found the first real coffee place on the Cape. Unfortunately it's 10 miles from our house.
We've been to Hyannisport which is where the Kennedys lived on a 6 acre waterfront property, visited the JFK museum and did a beach walk to look at the houses in the Kennedy compound...easy to do despite being told "no way" at the museum! Among one ...
We started the day on the quintessential beach called Dionis. Sandy dunes and gentle surf made for hours of fun. Olivia took a leap in her swimming skill and developed an honorable dog paddle. In the evening, we celebrated our 15th anniversary with our kids starting with happy hour and a memorable meal at the Straight Wharf. These 15 years of marriage have been infused with adventure and ...
... the fishing gear and such - assured us that despite not having the most gourmet flesh, bluefish is one of the most fun catches...that's because - pound for pound - they provide the toughest fight of all the fish here...and - oh! - wasn't he right! ...reeling bluefish was almost painful - that's how much struggle they give - but ...
... br> Nantucket Town itself is irresistibly charming...I never got tired walking to the Harbor along the beautiful cobblestone Main Street or walking through the delightful maze of little side streets...since the island has long whaling history, you can see lots of spacious 18th-19th century houses of wealthy whale oil merchants and whaling captains...