The Elephant Walk Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Provincetown
... We have both discovered a new love for lobster! The sunsets here are phenomenal and it's a really pretty place but we struggled to find stuff to do for a day and a half in this ghost town. We even ventured further afield and went trekking in the woods where I spent an hour trying to photograph a squirrel. Holiday highlight. Everyone knows everyone here, which has always put me at unease. Next stop, hopefully some signs of life at ...
... briny, meaty oyster with a well-balanced flavor. The couple at the table next to us had complemented the wait-staff on the Chowder. Casey ordered it. That couple was so wrong. So, very, very wrong. Next to the great oysters, the “PainKiller” cocktails were the second best thing about this mostly forgettable meal. Really, I have forgotten what I ate. Likely, a defense ...
We loved Provincetown. We planned our travel too late and too cluelessly to get a spot here, which is definitely where we'll stay next time. Beautiful beaches, food and people. Scary-narrow streets with what seemed to be wonderful shops on each side--it's not as though we could find a place to park--and rainbow flags everywhere.
So the reason I'm not sad at all about missing ...
... Jasper, and then Jasper’s predecessor when my grandfather passed away and handed it to my dad; my brother has recently bought an orange camper too, so they’re clearly meant to be a constant feature in my life.
We walked around Provincetown, or P-Town as it’s apparently referred to, and found some fried clams for lunch, unfortunately they weren’t like the ones I had at Quincy Market in Boston, and reminded me of ...
... Park Dr. on Cudworth Road.
Old Oaken Bucket Homestead: From Rt. 3A heading north take 4th exit in rotary which is Old Oaken Bucket Road. The homestead is about a half mile up on the left.
References: Scituate Historical Society
New England Lighthouses - Old Scituate Lighthouse
Samuel Woodworth's The Old Oaken Bucket Poem