Queen Anne Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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After eating a dirty burger from Mark Wahlbergs' brother's joint, Wahlburgers we arrived in Provincetown, a cute little town right at the end of Cape Cod, predominantly frequented by tourists of the gay variety. I'm sure it's great fun in the summer but right now it's out of season and most places are closed. The shops that were open seemed to solely sell leather items and cat t shirts aimed at the lesbian market. The restaurants however, ...
... you get to the sea it's just as dramatic and soul-stirring in Cape Cod as it is in Point Reyes. What a gift to be able to unload the car yesterday afternoon, walk five minutes down the road and be facing the Atlantic in all it's glory. And then do it all again in the morning, only with a lovely cup of coffee in hand.
Now it's time to hunker down in my cozy cottage, wind and rain roaring outside, beer in hand to watch game 2.
... with a giant homemade chocolate chip cookie which was just dying to be dunked in milk but sadly we didn’t have any and that cookie didn’t last more than three steps anyways!
We drove 30 minutes up the coast to Provincetown which is as far as you can drive up Cape Cod. It was a super adorable town that was filled with tourists who were probably also coming from the Oysterfest. Provincetown is known for being gay friendly and the rainbow flags everywhere ...
... the Natick churches were gay friendly, with a female reverend. What a perfect little town! We used the afternoon to slowly drive down to Cape Cod. Once again we avoided highways and enjoyed the drive through all the little towns. New England has so much history that every town seems to have so much spirit and soul to it that the drives are really fun. We stopped in a town called Sandwich, right at the entrance to Cape Cod. I didn't know ...
... starting to lose hope of finding anything particularly lively at the tip. We hadn't pre-booked anything as any hostels we looked up were also already closed and there were no AirBnBs in our budget. This gave us more freedom in case we turned up to a desolate town. We couldn't have been more pleasantly surprised. Driving in on the narrow streets we caught a few glimpses of the rainbow flags draped out of the front of bright ...