Green Harbor on the Ocean
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- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it was off wandering around the buzzing streets, going down to the water’s edge and eventually finding a great bar with a fantastic view across to the very tip of the peninsular.
We got talking to a young couple next to us from Boston who only two days previously had got married! They often came here for holidays and told us that we couldn’t drive to the point in the distance but we ...
... a little to yesterday. Once the rain stopped the drive was interesting I think my car had a hit me sign on it we couldn't find. First a ladies who never saw is cut Nora off as she decided she liked our lane better and later while I was driving a guy tried to broadside us again guess he also decided he wanted my lane but my horn woke him up. Jessie was amazed at the traffic we hit in some of the New York and Connecticut mostly on I 95 for ...
... see the water plumes of whales not far off the beach. Difficult to actually see the whales even through the telescopes at the visitors centre. Provincetown has been the highlight of our time in Cape Cod, quite old but with new life from the gay community and bohemian themes, and another great place to scoff lobster!
As in Cape May we have squirrels running around and climbing up the trees around the ...
... in an effort to overpower the hijackers. Famous words of Todd Beemer, "Let’s Roll!" echo the heroic efforts of these great Americans who died that day! Heroes forever.
There was a large boulder unearthed in the rubble; it was placed near where the Boeing 757-222 crashed traveling about 563 mph. The impact obliterated the plane and everyone on it. The investigators dug 35 ft into the ground, of the once open ...
... South to the port of Woods Hole, ;the southern most point of the Cape and a pretty little fishing village,dates back to the early 17th century when initially it became a whaling station - today it is the closest port to Martha's Vineyard..... before following the narrow country road and hugging the coastal road of Sippewisset and stopping for a break at Chapaquoit beach looking over Great sippewisset Marsh - whoever thought ...