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The Top 5 Places to Get an Ice Cream in Falmouth, MA
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, April 8, 2019


When on Cape Cod during the summer months, getting an ice cream will surely be a priority. After all, it gets hot here in July and August, and there’s no better way to cool off than with a cone of your favorite flavor. But, where do you go for that perfect ice cream cone? There are plenty of options for ice cream all over the Cape, but if you’re in the Falmouth area this summer, check out one or more of the following shops that have been rated as the area’s best.

 

1) Somerset Cream...

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The Top Five Lobster Rolls in the Falmouth Area
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, March 25, 2019


 

When you visit Cape Cod, you'll want to sample the lobster rolls. After all, the Cape has perhaps the most delicious lobster rolls on the planet, and you'd be doing yourself a disservice if you don’t have at least one.

Restaurants up and down Cape Cod have unique takes on the lobster roll, which is sometimes called a lobster salad. Some places incorporate celery, others use onion, but the three ingredients that everyone agrees on are fresh lobster meat, a little bit of mayo, and bre...

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Five Fun Things to do with Kids in Brewster
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, March 11, 2019


When traveling with kids, your first inclination is to look for ideas on keeping them occupied and stimulated, both mentally and physically. Luckily, Cape Cod is an all-ages destination with plenty of ways to ensure your children are busy, no matter the season or weather.

The town of Brewster, in particular, is loaded with activities for young kids, teens, and adults alike through its parks, beaches, museums, and entertainment venues. The result is that you'll never run out of things to do.

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A Peek at Some of Cape Cod’s Famous Nature Trails – Part 2
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Thursday, February 28, 2019


A couple of weeks ago, we looked at some of Cape Cod’s best nature trails and, as you might expect, there was too much to fit into a single post, so we’ll continue the discussion now.

The Cape’s natural areas are unique because they give you the feeling of being completing isolated, yet you remain a short distance from the ocean and a town or two at all times. As a result, you’ll don’t have to venture too far from your vacation rental to experience the serenity of the woods or to fi...

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A Peek at Some of Cape Cod’s Famous Nature Trails – Part I
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Monday, February 18, 2019


A Peek at Some of Cape Cod’s Famous Nature Trails – Part I

With its 559.6 miles of coastline, 11,000+ acres of ponds and lakes, and endless expanses of forests, there is no doubt that Cape Cod has some of the country's best nature hiking.

There are very few places in the country where you can spend your morning exploring a secluded forest, your afternoon lounging on a beautiful beach, and your evening dining at a five-star restaurant, but that is exactly what the Cape has to offer. In f...

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Cape Cod in the Off-season – Restaurants, Antiques, Art Galleries, and Museums
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Friday, February 8, 2019


Cape Cod’s population shrinks considerably after Labor Day, as seasonal residents return home until the next summer. With this reduced population, however, comes a significant opportunity for those with the flexibility to travel all year round. In part two, we’ll look at some of the Cape’s 12-month restaurants, the area’s museums and art galleries, and the antique shops that seem to be everywhere.

Take a low season vacation, and you’ll quickly learn that Cape Cod doesn’t stop just...

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I Will Need More of That When I Get Back to the Cape!
Posted by Kinlin Grover | Thursday, January 31, 2019


 

Provincetown Fudge FactoryTravelers who head to the Cape tend to immerse themselves in local activities and culture because, truth be told, it’s unavoidable.

Whether you spend your time hitting the beaches, boating on the ocean or kettleponds, or sampling some local cuisine, it’s easy to spend your holiday living like a true Cape Cod resident, especially if you’re staying in a vacation rental.

While here, you’ll also get to try some products that are made right on the Cape and, for the most part, aren...

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