Hyannis Travel Inn
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Travel Blogs from Hyannis
... parking fine.
Movie Drive In - with authentic MONO speakers and popcorn with liquid butter. Ruth and James did camping.
Long dreary drive to Falmouth and then great cycle ride and home for a lovely sunset.
Off to Nantucket ...
What a fantastic day. Set off early - some borderline misery from the junior members- to drive to Provincetown on the northern most tip of Cape Cod. A trendy arty rainbows type of place. Our main aim to go whale watching on the Dolphin Fleet.
Got on the 1000 and did our customary Titanic shot and set off. The whole thing was done so well. The boat was not too crowded, the marine biologist on board did a brilliant show and tell about whales circulating a tooth with baleen ...
... island. The Gay Head Cliffs and lighthouse are at the far end of the island. The lighthouse is one of America's most endangered historic places due to the fact that the cliffs are eroding away beneath it. To save the lighthouse it needs to be moved further away from the cliff edge. The machinery required to do this needs a certain amount of space around the lighthouse and unless the necessary consents and agreements are obtained from congress, the local councils and the ...
Woke up to a blistering hot sun and a cooling breeze. Explored the basement and found deck chairs, beach umbrella and a purple inflatable so headed for the beach at the end of the road- took the car for ease of kit transport.
Fairly eventful as breeze at our house equates to gale on the beach. Lost deck chair, inflatable and wrap up the beach. In the end realised everyone else was land anchoring kit. Ruth had first shark bite- well ok she fell on an underwater rock that had ...
... at the air base remembered and went home to tell of the vineyard; increasing the island's popularity post-war. Oak bluffs is in the North east of the Island and where most ferries enter the island; it is a cute, Victorian style, seaside town. It was lined with the 'gingerbread homes' and home to the oldest carousel in America. It's supposed to be a ghost town through winter in oak buffs but it is heaving with summer residents and holiday makers in summer. It has ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking