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Robert Reoch Visits Provincetown Massachusetts

site de rencontre canton du jura Robert Reoch (that’s me) and long time partner (he’s Joon) recently spent a few days and nights enjoying the sunshine and warmth of site de rencontre pour femme mature Provincetown, Massachusetts, on husband has online dating account Cape Cod. We stayed at the comfortable and stylish fake online dating profiles illegal Provincetown Hotel at Gabriel’s. We enjoyed our stay there so much that we’re planning to return again—much sooner than we had imagined before this memorable visit.

Traveling to mit mädchen flirten tipps Provincetown, we used all means of transportation to reach our destination. We began by taking the bus (which stops very close to our door) to the subway station, then after taking the subway from http://sumarplant.ro/franciye/4012 Harvard Station, we took the Gray Line bus to agencias de citas en bogota World Trade Center downtown site de rencontre sУЉrieux pour mariage Boston. It was then a brief walk to the pier where we boarded a fast ferry to http://tjez.gob.mx/perdakosis/5565 Provincetown. Now that’s the way to go (instead of driving)!

Here are just a few photos from our trip:

At the Provincetown pier

At the Provincetown pier

Pilgrims Monument, Provincetown Massachusetts

Pilgrims Monument, Provincetown Massachusetts

At the Pilgrims Monument and Cape Cod Museum

At the Pilgrims Monument and Cape Cod Museum

At the top of Pilgrims Monument

At the top of Pilgrims Monument

At Herring Cove, northwest tip of the Cape

At Herring Cove, northwest tip of the Cape

Herring Cove

Herring Cove

"Tourists" statue on Commercial Street in Provincetown

“Tourists” statue on Commercial Street in Provincetown

Oh my gawd, the food here is so good!

Oh my gawd, the food here is so good!

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Cape Cod July 2013 in Chatham and Sandwich

Cape Cod July 2013 in Chatham and Sandwich

Robert Reoch and Joon Visit the Cape Again

Joon and I spent a few days in the town of Chatham on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. We’ve been to the Cape in the past, visiting Hyannis and Provincetown on two previous trips. This time we did the “elbow” for a different perspective.

We stayed at the beautiful “Captain’s House Inn,” which turned out to be one of the finest guesthouses at which we’ve ever had the pleasure of staying. I could go on at length about the comfortable rooms, lush grounds and gardens, and the delicious breakfasts. Take my word, it’s worth every penny.

We toured the area by car. We also enjoyed a few strolls down Main Street in Chatham. We hiked along the shore at Monomoy Wildlife Refuge and snapped photos of the lighthouse and driftwood. You don’t have to go far to find interesting things to see and do.

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We stopped in Sandwich during our return drive. There you’ll find the Sandwich Glass Museum. We were fascinated by a glass blowing demonstration as well as a superb multimedia presentation on local history, and the origins of glass manufacturing in Sandwich.

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While in Sandwich, don’t miss Beth’s Bakery and Cafe! Stop in for a sandwich or some quiche, but especially for the spectacular selection of pastries. We pigged out on an éclair, a huge cream puff, a carrot cake/bread pudding, and a pecan tart. There were dozens of other handsome pastries too choose from too. If left to me, I would spend a day sampling one of everything. I’ll be working off those sumptuous calories for a few weeks before we head off to Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam at the end of this month, where I’ll probably throw on the pounds again. What the heck, life is short.

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We stayed in the “Whirlwind Room” at the Captain’s Inn in Chatham



Our stay on Cape Cod was just right. We’ll be back. It’s fun to hit one area for a couple of days, then go back another time, and visit another region of the cape. I always recommend reading up (on the Internet) the places you visit before you go. Use Google maps at street level and gain a little footing in advance to minimize confusion.

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Monomoy Wildlife Refuge



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