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... it was off wandering around the buzzing streets, going down to the water’s edge and eventually finding a great bar with a fantastic view across to the very tip of the peninsular.
We got talking to a young couple next to us from Boston who only two days previously had got married! They often came here for holidays and told us that we couldn’t drive to the point in the distance but we ...
... achievements was to set aside a 40 mile long seashore preservation zone up the eastern side of the Cape as far as Provincetown which is almost at the tip.This provides general access to unspoiled beaches, dunes, and salt marshes. We hired bikes and cycled around the tracks in the northern Provincetown area. It was great having sealed cycle tracks through these areas and to have access to the beaches. ...
We started the day on the quintessential beach called Dionis. Sandy dunes and gentle surf made for hours of fun. Olivia took a leap in her swimming skill and developed an honorable dog paddle. In the evening, we celebrated our 15th anniversary with our kids starting with happy hour and a memorable meal at the Straight Wharf. These 15 years of marriage have been infused with adventure and ...
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We caught a lot, and eventually we started to let it go back in the ocean - at least those that - in our helper's opinion - were not injured by the hook...he said that lobsters love this fish a lot, so he and the captain kept some for lobster traps, and we brought some with ...
... and the many sales as stores bid to empty their summer stock; of course it’ll all be there next year too, as I don’t think they’re planning on changing the Island’s name anytime soon.
Oak Bluffs also had a collection of three hundred houses nicknamed ‘The Gingerbread Cottages’ that tourists are free to wander around; they were built by the Methodists who met at the campground every year and wanted ...