Dunscroft By-The-Sea

24 Pilgrim Rd, Harwich Port, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02646, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 24 Pilgrim Rd, Harwich Port, is near Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Cape Cod Lavender Farm, Red River Beach, and Starfish Bass River Cruises.
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Travel Blogs from Harwich Port

Setting sun

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Aug 10, 2014

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... British settlers to America. Walked to the top of the tower, 75 meters above sea level, panoramic views across Provincetown almost across the 44 mile stretch of water to Boston which resembled a skew mirage. As we were leaving the Pilgrim complex a group of girls were attempting to take a selfie on their expensive camera, when George the saving grace stepped in, 'step aside girls, I'll take this one'. Took the photo and had a chat to the 4 ...

Comic Con

A travel blog entry by edddadams on Aug 09, 2014

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Woke up hungover. Checked out of the expensive hostel heading into town to see the Comic Con. Dropped all our bags off at a Marriott after blagging that we were looking to stay the night. Saved us $40, if we were store at the Bus Station lockers. Walked down to the harbour to where the Comic Con was taking place. The queue was huge to get in, over a 4 hour wait. We walked straight up to the entrance and walked straight ...

Day four

A travel blog entry by jsbengel on Jul 31, 2014

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... cut across on the map near Altar Rock (an indian religious point that was on the highest point on the island). Well that very sandy bike ride did not turn out to be anyone's (but my) favorite. We traversed about 2 mile so the inner island and, at one point, were so secluded from the world in sand and green shrubs that everyone was concerned we were never going to see civilization again. Chase was pushing ahead on his bad knee. Mom was lagging way behind as she wrecked ...

Best day of year at Hatches Harbor

A travel blog entry by kersteensalaska on Jul 30, 2014

4 comments, 14 photos

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ESME: I caught a baby crab

CARTER: It was a good orange

MAX it was fun catching those clams like a festival

EDEN; dad clamming was awesome you should try it

CHARLIE: the ocean water was really warm to me

HW: kids up at 8:30 in car 9:30 at Hatches H at 10:30 some kind of record

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Day Three of the Rednecks in the northeast

A travel blog entry by jsbengel on Jul 30, 2014

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... airspeed was nearly 170 knots. I welcomed all the passengers, jokingly, and gave them the temperature and local time when we landed. I had a ball. It was a trip. The pilot was not much personality though. We got to the Nantucket Hotel and decided to go to Jettie's Beach. However the bus just left. So the General Manager drove us on the Nantucket Fire Truck (circa 1940s) to the beach 1 mile away. We went by John Kerry's (current ...