Provincetown Inn Resort & Conference Center
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My second time there this year! It's old and creaky but comfortable. The murals are great and the staff is wonderful. Bonnie in the office and Mary in the bar were terrific. It's not far from town and the view is great from the second floor- We will be back!
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... in. $1.50 for the washers and dryers. 6
washers working, 2 out of the 6 dryers working. Clean showers and
bathroom. Lots of full-timers and the ground itself looks quite run
down. Someone mentioned to us that we were parked at the area where
the skunks live to be careful going out after dusk and carry a torch.
We played Bean Boozled. When we were in
Wisconsin at the Jelly Belly Factory we bought the beans in packets
... at how little Plymouth Rock is. It’s about the size of a picnic basket. It’s situated on somewhat haphazardly raked sand, about 10 feet below the viewer. Dave commented, “I’d hire a better Japanese gardenerr.”
Speaking about the Mayflower II, in “At Sea with the Pilgrims,” Nathaniel Philbrick said, “Like most people, I was immediately struck by ...
... pass on the shoulder.” It was unnerving seeing cars zoom by on the right, then dash in front of us at the last minute because the shoulder disappeared. We pitied any person who might have to use that lane for a real breakdown.
As we passed the sign for Fall River, Dave started singing, “Yesterday in old Fall River, Mr. Andrew ...
I haven't been to a drive-in in about 20 years and the kids have never been to one before. So after a day of relaxing at the beach we decided to take a twenty minute drive to Wellfleet where they have a drive-in movie theatre. We opened up the back of the car and let the kids lay down in the back while Steve and I sat on chairs outside ...
... we got to the Cape. We decided that she wouldn't. That lasted for about 20 minutes.
We headed north to the 195 and onwards into Massachusetts (again). Stopped for some fuel(gas) where the attendant asked how much we wanted to buy - I said I had no idea. We plumped for $60. It cost $32. That's about £20 to FILL a car. And they were complaining about gas prices on the TV at the start of the holiday!
We carried on down the 25 ...