Pilgrim Village Cottages
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Made it through the night with no unwanted foot massages. The 'dilapidated depressing hostel' as described by Lonely Planet was mostly true, I'd describe it as rustic. Mainly because of the ****** cabins but also because you can walk straight outside into the beautiful tranquility of Provincetown. It was another hue blue day. Started the day with a generous offer of breakfast from a fellow bunker, he was considerably older and much richer than ...
Woke up hungover. Checked out of the expensive hostel heading into town to see the Comic Con. Dropped all our bags off at a Marriott after blagging that we were looking to stay the night. Saved us $40, if we were store at the Bus Station lockers. Walked down to the harbour to where the Comic Con was taking place. The queue was huge to get in, over a 4 hour wait. We walked straight up to the entrance and walked straight ...
... down. Theron lead us back to town. The girls went shopping and Chase and i went to the one store we knew. Theron had a meeting at 5;30 and our family met up around 7 to eat at the "Brotherhood of Thieves" bar. They had a wonderful outdoor section that we ate at and relaxed. After dinner, we headed back to the hotel thinking we were going to the Hot Tub which closed in 15 mintues. The game changer was that we found a family laundry which solved many clothing issues ...
ESME: I caught a baby crab
CARTER: It was a good orange
MAX it was fun catching those clams like a festival
EDEN; dad clamming was awesome you should try it
CHARLIE: the ocean water was really warm to me
HW: kids up at 8:30 in car 9:30 at Hatches H at 10:30 some kind of record
Next day we enjoy a memorable breakfast served by an amiable intern from Ireland. "I just loved living on Cape Cod this summer" she tells us, "The fact that I have to go back home to my wet and windy Ireland depresses me so much. I want to do everything I can to come back." From these positive experiences, new immigrants are made!
Today we take the scenic inland route through Barnstable and Yarmouth ...