Crow's Nest Resort

Address: 496 Shore Rd., North Truro, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02652, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 496 Shore Rd., North Truro, is near Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Schooner Bay Lady II, Provincetown Repertory Theater, and Rice-Polak Gallery.
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      Travel Blogs from North Truro

      Provincetown, leather shops and cat t shirts

      A travel blog entry by lizzel on Oct 28, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... 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 ...

      Cape Cod is fierce and fabulous

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 19, 2014

      33 photos

      ... we managed to resist. Ahhh!! Is it rude of me to say I know why there is an obesity problem in the USA? It’s because everything looks so damn good!!!! When it started to get darker we drove back to Wellfleet beach to spend the night. The Oysterfest was finished so we had the parking lot to ourselves. It was a pretty cold night being right on the ocean but the sky cleared up and gave us an amazing starry night. After our busy day we slept like champs filled with seafood and ...

      Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

      29 photos

      ... sexton, Robert Newman, hung two lanterns in 1775 to signal the beginning of Paul Revere's famous ride. We all think of this as the start of the Revolutionary War.

      We went up Hull street until we came to our last cemetery visit on the trail, Copp Hill Burying Ground. This graveyard is high on a hill overlooking Boston Harbor. It is the last resting place for over 1000 free blacks who lived near the bottom of the hill. Because of ...

      Is it really over?

      A travel blog entry by mountainwoman on Jun 07, 2014

      4 comments, 3 photos

      As so many people we know and have met have said, this has been the trip of a lifetime. We have learned more than we ever imagined we would - not just about our country, geography, people, animals, history, science, and the environment, but about ourselves and each other as well. And yes, for those of you wanting to know, we did have some tension at times but we always managed to work through it. We've seen how incredibly beautiful and diverse our country ...

      A visit back in time to Plymouth, Mass.

      A travel blog entry by leedellekaptain on Sep 26, 2010

      54 photos

      ... with people dressed in 1620's clothing taking on the roles of the Pilgrims. They also had a Wampanoag Home site, with decedents of the actual Indians that lived there. Visitors are encouraged to ask the people questions about their lives (back in the 1620's). When we arrived at the Plantation, the first thing we saw was a Pilgrim picking corn in the corn field. They were holding services in one of ...