Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis
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There was a welcome reception for us when we arrived which was nice. Dinner and breakfast were a little expensive and we were a captive audience---nowhere else to go. The bathroom was quite large compared to the last hotel we stayed in. Beds were comfortable enough and Wifi was good though a bit slow. They actually charged for coffee in the morning.
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... to Charlotte’s son Dylan (who is a commercial airline pilot!) we reluctantly got up to the alarm the next morning and got on the road for our day up at the furthest point on Cape Cod called Provincetown.
We decided to take the slower but scenic road up and within 2 hours had reached our sunny destination.
Amazingly as we neared Provincetown huge sand dunes lined the sides of the roads ...
... felt like rush hour at home. You wonder is it an accident or what and no as usual you get to a point and there's nothing. We saw some absolutely beautiful countryside. I've included some of the pictures from our drive some good some not so good since almost all them taken from a moving vehicle. However I am disable were tired when we got to the hotel and forgot to go back out to see the moon which had been beautiful on the last part of our ...
... achievements was to set aside a 40 mile long seashore preservation zone up the eastern side of the Cape as far as Provincetown which is almost at the tip.This provides general access to unspoiled beaches, dunes, and salt marshes. We hired bikes and cycled around the tracks in the northern Provincetown area. It was great having sealed cycle tracks through these areas and to have access to the beaches. ...
... opening to the public at 2:30 THAT AFTERNOON! The families of the crew and the passengers had been there in the morning for a private ceremony to dedicate the memorial. We had no idea of the humbling day the visit would be. As we stood in line at 3:00, we heard people talking to others in line that their son was one of the pilots of the plane!
The Visitor Center is a beautiful work of architecture. We learned that ...
... as a fire pit in the evening to take the edge off the wee nip in the air, plenty of board games, constant supply of coffee and cookies in the library, good tips from the staff) and we had two excellent meals there (Spanky's, a more traditional fish shack and Bangkok Kitchen, surprise surprise...a Thai place). If we had more time we would have liked to have done a ferry trip to Nantucket, but it was time to move on.