Just a question

By | March 29, 2010
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by Brenda
(Glen Ellyn, IL)

6 girls (all married in our 50’s/60’s want to have a vacation on the Cape. can you suggest a place that will not have tons of kids (not that we don’t love kids, but we’ve all been there and have done that.

We want to be able to relax, shop, some nite life but not out of control.

You guys seem to be the experts on this!!!

Thanks,
Brenda

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Sep 08, 2010
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easy to say chatham bars inn
by: greg

Chatham Bars Inn is real easy to suggest but for crying out tears they want $500 per night and you will still be around too many people.it looks too isolated from the web pics. come on there has to be a more homey place that regualr folks can enjoy. when you come to new york city i would suggest the peninsula hotel or the mandarin!


Jun 17, 2010
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RE: Just a question
by: Danielle Antoine

CBI (Chatham Bars Inn) is certainly a great spot on the Lower Cape for a getaway.

A few of my favorite places on the Upper Cape include the Dan’l Webster in Sandwich or the Inn on the Square in Falmouth. Both of the options offer an in-town location convenient to all kinds of amenities including shops, restaurants, beach, and museums.

Sandwich is for the visitor who will appreciate some history. The Glass Museums, Heritage Gardens, and Hoxie House are just a few great spots to check out.

Falmouth offers convenient access to miles of beaches and bikepaths, shopping and restaurants galore, and the historic Woods Hole area.

Enjoy Your Visit!!

Danielle Antoine
http://therealworldofrealestate.wordpress.com/


Mar 31, 2010
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Chatham Bars
by: John@best-of-cape-cod.com

Hi Brenda,

I would suggest Chatham Bars Inn.

Enjoy!
John

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