Surfside Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... cosmetologist can get a licence to tint eyelashes and eyebrows, she explained. Of course. How silly of me to expect anything less. After all, this is America. I thought Sioux was setting herself up for disappointment with her expectations of Cape Cod and these quaint houses lining up along the beach but I'm keeping my head down and not saying anything after yesterday's drive. I was also surprised to find that Sioux has her eye brows and eye lashes tinted, I thought ...
... are carried out here.
The beach at Chatham Lighthouse is an amazing sight to behold. There is a wonderfully wide sandy beach with a huge offshore sand bar. In-between the beach and the sandbar a variety of water vessels zip back and forth apparently showing off for the beach babes. Please watch the video in order to get a feel for this dynamic ...
... out that lighthouse so, deciding we were too tired, returned the rental car and called for a taxi to bring us back to the hotel. (Local tip: stand under the flag in the airport to get cell reception. Second local tip: the cab driver told us, there is a phone outside you can use to call for a cab for free!)
Back at the hotel we sat and watched the ...
... by getting a free doughnut after completing an online survey, so a Boston Cream doughnut was soon being devoured as my lunch, my free lunch, but when those waves started throwing us in the air as we crossed Massachusetts Bay I soon wished I’d saved it for later. Just go with it is the phrase isn’t it? I just hoped my breakfast and lunch didn’t go with it too.
As I struggled to hold onto my cup I imagined what it was like ...
... 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 ...