The Admiralty Inn
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... famed Wellfleet oysters. They were gorgeously briny and slid off the shells perfectly. Main course was forgettable so we went to another bar.
Had a couple of super strong local beers and a couple of cocktails and went back to the dive bar where we started in the afternoon. The place had been transformed into a music venue and a band was in full swing playing some amazing jazz.
We made ...
After organising ourselves we drove up to the more rugged Cape Cod National Seashore which is a beautiful 26 mile drive. The entire area has not succumbed to over development and so it has retained a lazy, sandy and rugged charm....I can see why JFK loved the area.
We were excited to go to the Beachcomber Hotel for some fresh Wellfleet oysters and the famous raw bar. Unfortunately as we entered the car park we were greeted with a huge ...
... and loved sliding the shower doors back and forth, selling donuts to us as if from a window in the donut shop. After kiddie bedtime, we decided to strike out and see if the mini-golf place down the street was open. Sadly, it was not. Summer is officially over, so it's only open weekends and then only 12-7pm. Oh well! We went and got ice cream instead - from a window! "Moose Tracks" flavor for me (an East Coast thing?).
Monday, Day 3:
Today began ...
LOVED today!!! Love, Love, Loved!!
We loaded up the dogs in the Jeep and headed out toward Plymouth.
We were told that as long as the girls were "Guide dogs" they could come in. Apparently they have never met Dasher. "Oh yeah, they are guide dogs. How did you know??" We were surprised at how wonderfully she behaved. There were several bus loads (and I do mean several) of kids that were dropped off for the day. We are talking several hundred here. They were on the ...
... in on the cape. Once we got back on the road, it was Provincetown all the way. P'town, as the locals call it, is a quaint beachside town that boasts many 'proud' men and women. With rainbow flags everywhere and souvenir shops with 'I love my two moms' t-shirts, there is no doubt it is a gay community. In fact, it almost seemed frowned upon to be straight. The P'town Harbour was quite stunning. Boats - new and old, big and small - ...