How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Provincetown
... the moon started being eaten away as if pac man himself was up there gnawing away at it! Even if you didn’t know there was a lunar eclipse, you would have been able to tell something was different about it that night as the shapes the shadow was creating were like no other moon shape.
As the eclipse reached half way, ...
... Cape Cod.
We started by heading down to Newport which sits at the very bottom of Rhode Island. We had to pay a toll to go over the Claiborne Pell bridge. Now I'm not against that, but the fact is that the driver doesn't even get to see the nice view off what was a pretty MASSIVE bridge. $4 to basically need some rescue remedy on the other side!? Not golden ponyboy.
Newport itself was a very nice little town, based around ...
... show! We were so happy we rallied for it even though we were exhausted. Afterward, we had our photo-op with Miss Richfield and she told us she'd be in SF in Oct! Revived, we danced a bit at Wave Video Bar (nice poolside bartender). It had started to rain on and off by now so, as we departed the bar we dodged rain showers here and there but it was a nice warm rain. We grabbed a late night slice at Spiritus pizza on ...
... winter boots-that was the only warm on me. Actually it was a nice walk and we ended with a stop at Dunkin Donuts for a hot chocolate. On home and the electrician should be here soon. Phil had a short nap and I did online stuff! Steve arrived and put the new unit in the entryhall and a dimmer switch for the kitchen/dining room. That will be nice as it has been either no light or 3 very bright lights! While he was here Phil had a call from Gary Wolf (he wrote ...
... parrot looked sick. This kind of thing can happen when the wind comes from one way and the seas from another even if things look calm. This roll was too much. We finished up a ‘rush’ dinner and hauled anchor. We had to make the run to Plymouth.
So by 1845we were heading for the harbor. Our ETA from the GPS showed 9pm and I felt like we might be able to get in under twilight. It was fair weather and there were no threats. Still going into a ...