Hyannis Travel Inn
Travel Blogs from Hyannis
Quite cold today (5C), so we rugged up for the morning tour of a Cranberry Bog. It was really interesting learning about how Cranberries grow & getting to taste fresh ones for the first time. Jeff took us for a ride around the bog on a golf buggy & we got to walk out on the cranberries. The bog is waterered from a reservoir where Jeff has …
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 ...
... England folk art – paintings, weather vanes, Nantucket baskets, scrimshaw, shop signs and more.
We retreated back to town for a wonderful lunch at the Café Chew. If you are looking for the best sandwich in Sandwich, I highly recommend the Chew.
We park our car and walk the streets of Sandwich. Casey ducks into more than a couple antique and flea market kind of stores ...
... watching vessels journeyed and that we might see whales from land. Then it started to rain. The thought of returning across now wet and slippery rocks outweighed our desire to reveal in the glory of the journey and explore the area more. We hurried back across the Breakwater Walk to the car arriving... a bit moist.
Thanks to the rain, our plans to explore the Highland Lighthouse (aka - ...
... briny, meaty oyster with a well-balanced flavor. The couple at the table next to us had complemented the wait-staff on the Chowder. Casey ordered it. That couple was so wrong. So, very, very wrong. Next to the great oysters, the “PainKiller” cocktails were the second best thing about this mostly forgettable meal. Really, I have forgotten what I ate. Likely, a defense ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking