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TravelPod Member ReviewsTidewater Inn West Yarmouth
Just a letdown. Compared to the pictures and description on hotels.com. Untidy and outdated. Location is great, but that's it.
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... of town and catch a few different public
transport options, all of which were very complicated. And the
forecast was for hot. So we decided not to torture ourselves with
hot, tired, cranky walking people and to leave early this morning to
drive a little of it and get an idea before heading away. We only
have so many days to fit so many things in and although interesting,
it's not a must see place for us.
We drove into Boston around ...
... a lot more time there. Check the website for a lot of information on the pilgrims.
Outside of town, the Plimoth Plantation recreates what life was like for the first Pilgrims. It was late in the day, so we were tired and didn’t have a lot of time before it closed. It did complete the day.
If you are the type who likes to soak in everything, Plymouth – deserves at least 2 ...
... a long drive, as we entered the campground office I perked up hearing John Lennon’s “Happy XMAS” . I thought it curious. I hadn’t noticed the wreath and snowflakes on the front door. I said, “It must be Christmas in July.” Duh. The heading on camp flyer on the counter right in front of me said “Christmas in ...
... reliable (although - to at least some extent - weather-dependent as well) even though the journey takes longer...
It depends where you are coming from, but for us it was a bus from Boston Logan airport to Hyannis (Plymouth-Brockton buses deliver you there in 2 hours), then a 1-hour-long ferry ride to Nantucket (or ...
... natural. Next thing I'll discover is she dyes her hair as well. Cape Cod was what I thought it would be, just more of the same but with a lot more tacky motels with one town blending into the other. Hyannis Port was on the way and Sioux wanted to see where the Kennedy's lived. As far as we could make out they had several very large and impressive houses on the waterfront but you can only get to within several hundred metres with signs saying no entry and probably secret ...