Inn at Duck Creek

Address: 70 Main St., Box 364, Wellfleet, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02667, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 70 Main St., Box 364, Wellfleet, is near Marconi Beach, Wellfleet Aubudon Sanctuary, The Beachcomber of Wellfleet, and Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater.
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      Travel Blogs from Wellfleet

      Get Me Outta Here

      A travel blog entry by capecodvideo on Feb 23, 2015

      Having had quite enough of winter, yak tracs, frozen garage doors, ice dams, single lane roads and sub freezing tempertures we decided to leave a day early and get outta town and head to warmer climes. Drove around NYC on the Merritt Parkway to the New Jersey Turnpike. Made it as far as Richmond Virginia and heavy commuter traffic around DC and Richmond before stopping for the ...

      Pilgrim's, Jaws and home

      A travel blog entry by legoindiana on Jan 04, 2015

      3 photos

      ... the area where all boats set sail to catch the shark and where Hooper arrived when they hung the wrong shark.

      We also went to the famous black dog shop which is a famous brand of clothing once only available on the island. Black dog merchandise famously also was bought for Monica Lewinsky by Bill Clinton.

      From Sandwich we drove along cape cod to Provincetown, stopping at a couple ...

      Coastal Contrasts

      A travel blog entry by martha587 on Oct 22, 2014

      8 comments, 10 photos

      ... Coast, those kinds of dates are related to things you read about in textbooks, not places where you have a delicious lobster roll on the pier. For those of you who grew up in these parts this probably seems obvious, but I am continually struck by it.

      Another difference is how heavily forested it is. The trees are smaller than they were up in the Berkshires, and there are more evergreens and conifers (or are those the same thing? I ...

      Home Sweet Home, Back on Cape

      A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Oct 10, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... then packing for the Baltimore wedding and our next eight months in Catonsville!



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      Cape Cod, Massachusetts

      A travel blog entry by jimcabay on May 03, 2010

      ... in the northeast. The northern portion of the Cape is fairly bleak – scrubby trees, no grass, lots of drifted sand...It’s towering, weather-worn sand dunes are not a pretty site either. At one time, this area was lush and treed but the Pilgrims slashed and burned until all of the topsoil blew away - 400 years later nothing grows.

      Provincetown – THIS was the landing place of the first Pilgrims in 1620. From here, they marched ...