Ship's Knees Inn

Address: 186 Beach Road, East Orleans, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02643, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 186 Beach Road, East Orleans, is near Nauset Inlet, Tree's Place, French Transatlantic Cable Station Museum, and French Cable Station Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from East Orleans

    Freedom Tour

    A travel blog entry by long2015 on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... and our first stop was a tour of Fenway Park. Kent was thrilled and I have to say it was pretty cool. We then went to the Boston Tea Party Museum where the girls got to throw "tea" overboard the ship like they did back in 1773. It was a very good history lesson about the start of the American Revolution. A trip to Boston wouldn't be complete without a Duck Tour! We saw the highlights of ...

    Going to the Drive-in

    A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 09, 2015

    ... trip. We all have wholeheartedly enjoyed ourselves and each others company plus we have great memories to cherish. It's always great to get away but just as great to be back home. Looking forward to sleeping in my own bed tomorrow night. Steve and I now have our vacation with each other to look forward to in August! I. Can't. Wait.
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    Hyannis

    A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 08, 2015

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    After our visit to the Sandwich Glass Museum we went to the Cape Cod Mall in Hyannis. We discovered that Hyannis is where the Kennedy Compound is located and you can take a harbour cruise that goes by ...

    Day Trip to Provinctown

    A travel blog entry by lorirenaud on Jul 05, 2015

    14 photos

    ... sweaters as it was a gorgeous sunny and hot day but cold out on the open sea. We had a one hour boat ride out and back in with about an hour or so searching for whales.

    One of the first things we saw was a Mola Mola fish. Apparently they feed solely on jellyfish. It looked like a giant fish head without a body. I've ...

    Where did those 2 weeks go?

    A travel blog entry by garrynjan on Jun 28, 2015

    3 comments, 19 photos

    ... back before the Pilgrims first landed in 1620. In spite of 300 years of community life, it still looks and feels like a remote fishing village in a deep-water harbour. Narrow little streets and buildings that now have unique store fronts,decorated doors and gardens - especially hanging baskets, or colourful plantings in pots.

    The Mayflower made first landfall at Provincetown, ...