Nauset House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Made it through the night with no unwanted foot massages. The 'dilapidated depressing hostel' as described by Lonely Planet was mostly true, I'd describe it as rustic. Mainly because of the ****** cabins but also because you can walk straight outside into the beautiful tranquility of Provincetown. It was another hue blue day. Started the day with a generous offer of breakfast from a fellow bunker, he was considerably older and much richer than ...
... every possible point a rainbow flag was hung. Only same sex couples walked down the street. A sexual apartheid had happened prohibiting opposite sexes being couples. Found it very weird, quickly we walked up to our hostel to check in. Checking in we met one of our bunk mates, who told us a story that had happened to him a couple of nights back. He was woken up by two guys giving him a foot massage, he managed to fight ...
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
... the car watching the movies
ESME: The water at Lecount was like Antartica
MICAH: I saw a school of fish underneath the dock at Long Pond
CHARLIE: it was fun building sand castles
CARTER: The best part was building sand castles with Charlie and Max
POP POP: Micah swam to the dock un aided twice at Long Pond
HW: next year the kids will be able to go out to the dock without adults with then YEAH
... novelties for souvenirs. People watching was fun, the diversity of individuals and languages filled the streets around us. I did a bit of shopping and browsing in some of the towns, others we drove through and looked around. We only really had one day with the car so we wanted to cover as much as possible.
We are not museum, history or antique buffs, so taking in the homes, seashore, ...