Travel Blogs from Provincetown
Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
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
... Our hotel was a re-cycled bank with grand public rooms and a trendy restaurant/bar that filled up at night with young folk as the oldsters went on their ways. Hotel number three and we start to notice the details that mater to us, and the differences between hotels. A mirror we can see to shave/apply make up in, a bath robe that is soft and generously cut. A safe seems a necessity and a turn down service a nuisance.
... Some jewelry, and some fun things - we both were pleased with what we found, and I had a lotto ticket that won $50! Finally off to bed--
Dec 25th Christmas Day--and I had a bad night! I would guess something I ate got me! I was in stomach pain alllllllll night long!! By breakfast time (10:30) I was sorta back to normal, but certainly don’t know what I ate!!! Phil went out to get the paper, as he does every morning, and found it and a ...
The tip of Cape Cod is the landing site of the Mayflower - where the original settlement was considered before they moved across the water to Plymouth.
A lot of history and a Santa Cruz-type feel to the main street mixed together during our visit. This was just about as far up as we could get on the Cape and the view from the top of the Pilgrim Monument (celebrating 100 yrs since it was built) went for miles and miles on such a clear day.