Windjammer

192 South Shore Drive, South Yarmouth, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02664, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 192 South Shore Drive, South Yarmouth, is near John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Pirate's Cove, ZooQuarium, and Bass River Sports World.
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    Travel Blogs from South Yarmouth

    Cape Cod to Martha's Vineyard

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... to the hotel. We both agreed that this place had a very weird vibe. I would have thought that a fat white guy would have been the target market in these parts though in this place I was treated as if I had three heads, maybe they were pirates and they could spot the landlubber, either way it was a most unfriendly place.

    After getting changed we headed out for dinner at a tavern and had a dozen ...

    Boston to Cape Cod

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 08, 2014

    2 photos

    Summary

    Drove 112 miles in 1.5 hours.

    Highlights

    I had no idea that Cape Cod was this close to Boston, it was a very easy and fast drive. I'm sure that in high season the route we took would be clogged up, however we had it almost to ourselves.

    It was sunny though not hot enough for a swim in the ocean, so the locals were saved from that sight for another day. We stayed in West Dennis which is about the dead centre of the ...

    A Classic Week Down the Cape

    A travel blog entry by jdeak on Sep 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... in borrowed shells, tiny bits of driftwood, a few jellyfish, and one big mess of wire that caught all kinds of seaweed. The waves in the sand were really interesting and the whole landscape was quite magical in the late afternoon sun. A pointed to a shell and asked "Nagypapa, who put that there?"

    A had stayed home to tend to his simmering pasta sauce, and when we got back, we found a lovely dinner of pasta and salad awaiting us. The boys took a ...

    First visit in 50 Years! Ugh...but I do Love it!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 04, 2014

    3 comments, 55 photos

    ... island. Many cobblestone streets still exist (not fun to drive on) but to look at, pretty cool. Nantucket was famous for its Whaling operations back in the day. The island was formed by a glacial moraine deposited here during the Ice Age!!

    The original settlers to this island were the Wampanoag Indians, however, the land was deeded to Thomas Mayhew and his son who were merchants from ...

    Back to my childhood summer memories

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Jul 28, 2014

    3 comments, 78 photos

    ... t)!!

    We also took advantage of some outdoor concerts which were nice - one I can only describe as "Quirky"...and I am being kind. You will see the pictures and make your own judgement.

    Other than Nauset Beach, we also went to Nauset Light and Marconi Beach. Marconi is the gentleman who sent the first transatlantic message back in the early 1900's from the dunes of the beach named for him.

    Enjoy this first installment of Cape Cod.

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