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Drove 112 miles in 1.5 hours.
I had no idea that Cape Cod was this close to Boston, it was a very easy and fast drive. I'm sure that in high season the route we took would be clogged up, however we had it almost to ourselves.
It was sunny though not hot enough for a swim in the ocean, so the locals were saved from that sight for another day. We stayed in West Dennis which is about the dead centre of the ...
... years! Four more years!", we chanted. And many more after that!
Friday, Day 7:
We finally got organized to leave the house and go fly a kite at the bay side beach, but we realized the kite was in Dad's car which he took out to teach his class. Sigh. So we headed to the Brewster General Store to buy another. Man, that place is really well-designed to get toddlers to want to buy something. They have awesome little vehicles positioned right at their ...
The Sperm Whale was the whale most sought after for its quality oil (it didn't smoke) from the mid-1700's to the late 1830's.
Nantucket boast no stop lights, neon signs or chain stores on their Island. They have a fantastic interest in preserving the tranquil nature of the island, in because of this, there are many acres of pristine land never to be developed! Good for them!
... State) house and peaked in the hedges to see it. We enjoyed local food at the beach and then sunned until about 5 pm. Then cleaned up and went shopping. We found that all the shops closed about 6 or 7 so our 7:45 reservations were useless. I talked them into letting us eat earlier at the Met on Main. It was a enjoyable dinner and Ala had fish and chips (so did Chase for the 3rd meal in a row). We headed back to the hotel and read and ...
... out whale watching and traveling to Nantucket while we were here. After the pier we headed in to the tight streets of the Main Drag (no pun intended)! It's widely known that P-Town is favored by the Gay Community, and aren't they smart to have picked the perfect place to live. Walking down the busy street, you take your life in your hands with cars and people all ...