Travel Blogs from Hyannis
Heading off tomorrow for a jaunt that starts in Wellfleet, MA via Logan to Barcelona and then to France. Along the way, traveling and visiting with good friends and family, we will do our best to absorb the abundant offerings of coastal, mountain, countryside and city landscapes. We'll send some pictures of our favorite stops and sights. All ...
... soak in the sun. Near the Town Hall is the town fountain. We were told that the fountain used to be in the basement of Town Hall, but was re-piped to be outside to avoid the constant flow of traffic from citizens desiring its water.
The fountain is feed by an aquifer that is constantly bubbling up from the ground. People from all over the Cape come to this spring for the ...
... Bob, the 1,350-foot boardwalk was rebuilt with support from locals, whose names and messages are inscribed on the planks leading to a broad sandy beach on Cape Cod Bay. But this is no commercial strip. Visitors are treated to postcard-worthy views of dunes, marshes, and a creek.
Town Neck Beach is adjacent to the boardwalk. Rocky and dune-backed, Town Neck Beach is a beautiful spot ...
... is open to the public.
As fate would have it, we complete our tour just in time to take the Ranger-led tour of the Three Sisters Lighthouses. These lighthouses were replaced in the 1920's by the current Nauset Light which is still in operation today. The Three Sisters can have been preserved in a clearing near the Nauset Light. Our guide is Robert Duval ...
... a graveyard.
I remember to take a few pictures of the Nantucket streets and homes which are typical of the downtown area. One thing we begin to notice. Sometimes the homes are painted only on the front side that faces the public streets. The rest remains weathered, unpainted wood.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking