Some ideas for Cape Cod

By | March 29, 2009
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by Rachel
(Indy)

This was the first time we had ever visited Cape Cod. I can’t say enough how much we loved this place!!

We stayed in South Yarmouth at the Riviera Beach Resort. It was around $250 a night, and I thought that was a very fair price.

Some things we did and loved included… a go-kart, miniature golf place on Route 28 in S Yarmouth off Willow Street, all of the restaurants, an evening in Provincetown shopping and picture taking (don’t be scared off by the rumors about what your kids might see there), the beach at our hotel in S Yarmouth, the lighhouses(the one in Nauset was our favorite for pictures), and the shops in Chatham (not as picturesque or plentiful as the ones in P-Town).

Overall, we couldn’t have loved it more.

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The Cape Is “Paradise”
by: Rob Nichols

Rachel your right about the Cape. I have been coming to the Cape almost 40 years now since I was a baby. I have seen beaches from coast to coast and lived in So Calif 5 miles from the beaches there for 7 yearsbut no beachs compare to the beachs of Cape Cod , especialy the ones on the outer Cape. I think Autumn is the most beautiful season. It’s still warm enough for beach picnic’s, bike riding or watching the sunset over Cape Cod Bay. Winter is a quiet and relaxing time when it’s possible to enjoy solitude on an empty beach. Many of the winters are mild, with very little snow. On occasion you will have colder snowy winters which offer the beauty of the Cape Cod Bay, magnificent dunes with their white snow. Spring is a great time for biking, exploring, beach walks and whale watching. In the summer enjoy the activities of swimming, surfing and beachcombing along the miles of beautiful beaches. Below feel free to browse my website full of Cape Cod Photos.

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