Falmouth Heights Motor Lodge
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... the Cape, I was educated to the fact that this season has produced the most prolific catch of lobster in many, many years. So many lobsters were being harvested that the price had been driven down to levels never seen before. Now, you won’t see that low price in your fancy D.C. restaurant; But, on the Cape where they are harvested, lobster was aggressively priced at most places. This is ...
... the pictures we took of a cranberry bog harvest in the next posting!
The Kings Highway winds its way through some of the oldest villages in America, including Bourne, Sandwich, Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Brewster and Orleans. Many of the homes and churches along this tree-shaded road are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was a very slow-paced, beautiful and pleasant ...
... 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.
... and family.
In addition to the open bar, there is also an open raw bar. We enjoyed many of the fresh, delicious raw oysters offered. Unfortunately, I did not obtain their region of origin. The full dinner was great, the music was fantastic and the dancing was fun for me to watch and videotape.
... a fun venue for family to gather, eat, drink, and generally be merry.
We walked the cobblestone streets, window shopped, looked at the marina and found a dog that had escaped from its owner - which we returned. Later in the day, we walked to Slip 14 for a fabulous open bar and wonderful meal - the rehearsal dinner.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking