Ocean Mist Beach Hotel & Suites
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... monks pulled up in a white jeep, beats pumping in the summer sun and then proceeded into the Starbucks we were sat outside mouths agape.
Well, never ones to miss a photo opportunity, this was certainly our chance, so as I relaxed in the sun Paulie moved and re-angled the car and led in waiting for his unsuspecting photo victims!
When I made that comment earlier in the day, never in a ...
... see the water plumes of whales not far off the beach. Difficult to actually see the whales even through the telescopes at the visitors centre. Provincetown has been the highlight of our time in Cape Cod, quite old but with new life from the gay community and bohemian themes, and another great place to scoff lobster!
As in Cape May we have squirrels running around and climbing up the trees around the ...
... facility, and saw several ships cruising down the canal. This safe channel built during Theodore Roosevelt’s era cut off 120 miles of shipwreck producing coastline! We ordered our 1st lobster at nearby Seafood Sam’s. Skip and Charlotte pronounced it, “good but not great, hope the Maine lobster is better.” We drove to Hyannis and toured the JFK Museum there, and the JFK Memorial by the harbor ...
Left Gloucester on Tuesday morning and sailed to Scituate Harbor late. Had to motor a good distance. The wind just wasn't in our favor and we had to get there before dark. Good think because as soon as we picked up the mooring, lightening and thunder began so we put up the Bimini , a cover over the cockpit so we could stay on deck. After the brief rain passed over us, they guys BBQ'd steaks for them, and potatoes for all. I ...
... re-creation of the 'Pilgrims'' village. Costumed 'interpreters' (wot?) portrayed actual colonists going about their daily tasks, frustratingly in role to the point where every verbal exchange assumed a surreal undertone. They were informative, however, and their English, tinged with the occasional American twang, added to their charm. The local Indian tribe, the Wampanoag, survived despite their contacts with the colonial settlers and their ...