Marblehead Summer House
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... it there all day, taking our bikes into town.
Provincetown is famed for being one of the most gay/lesbian friendly towns in America, and indeed it was. I would say close to half of the folks wandering the streets and shops were various denominations of non-straight, which contributed to a lively and fun atmosphere. Some of the shops were clearly catering to The Crowd, with leathergoods (The Cock and Bull Shop), sex toys, flamboyant clothing and clubs. That said, ...
... 19th century regalia and putting on a great show!
Carrying on, we wandered up through Boston Common to admire the New State House and the Robert Gould Shaw and 54th Regiment Memorial opposite. This commemorates the first black regiment that fought for the North in the Civil War.
At this point we veered off the Freedom Trail to visit a less historically important landmark on Beacon Street, however dear to my heart regardless. I ...
... We got to do a little tasting and it was very delicious. But at 25 – 40 dollars for a bottle the size of a balsamic vinegar bottle I didn’t actually buy any.
And we’re back to Backstreet boys. Cheers, you’re ridiculous but I like you.
The next day was the most boring coach ride of my life. It was only 8 hours in comparison to the 13 between Vancouver and Lake Louise but it was booooring! So let’s skip ...
... it a night! Less drunk than the night before, and got more sleep, somehow I felt like **** so I wasn't best chuffed when I woke up! We went to a burger bar and struggled my way through that although it was damn good! Then we made out way to meet Alex, who was in town with her mum who was visiting her for a couple of weeks! Typically, there were two places with the same name and we obviously both went to ...
... do justice.
Walking back we had two drops of rain and then the heavens opened. A sheet of rain. A stoing wind and we were drenched. Funny but so sudden - like a bucket of cold water.
The good news is it is forecast rain all day tomorrow and we have tickets to watch The Boston Red Socks at the Fenway Stadium. We are reassured that The Sox are 'hardy' and will play in snow and rain. Oh Joy.