The Nature of Cape Cod

Living on Cape Cod is a wonderful gift.  I came here some seven years ago to be with my girlfriend. Today I’m still here on the Cape and I’m happily married to the woman who convinced me to move here.

So What is it About the Cape?  

I have been here for seven years and still feel like I barely know the Cape.  It’s exciting being in a new place.  The Cape has so many nooks and crannies.  Around every bend there is something new waiting to be discovered.

The Nature of Cape Cod

I’m an avid reader and take great pleasure in reading about the Cape….

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Why Pain D’avignon is Worth the Visit?

This morning I had to head into Hyannis for a doctors appointment.  When I got out of doctor’s office I realized it was close to noon and decided to grab a bite to eat.  As I rounded the rotary and hopped onto 132, the sign for “Pain D’avignon” came into view.  I instantly turned onto Hinckley Road and pulled into their parking lot.

It had been while since my last visit, but just thinking of their breads made my mouth water.  I…

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Truro Vineyards Winery on Cape Cod

“A glass of wine and I am fine.”

-  My words to live by.

Cape Cod does not have many wineries.  In fact, there are only two to speak of.  Truro Vineyards is one of them and, by far, leagues above the competitor (Falmouth Winery). Right off of Route 6, this winery is easy to find. Over the years, this winery has grown significantly but managed to maintain its homey, comfortable atmosphere.  And, given that I have a very healthy obsession with old homes and architecture, I love the white colonial home located at the heart of the winery.  With wooden floors and tons of old world character,…

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Bistro at Crowne Point – A View from the Top

I had spotted this highly reviewed bistro in past trips to Provincetown, but did not know it.  For those of you visiting, this restaurant is tucked inside the quaint, historic Crowne Point Historic Inn and Spa that sits up on the hill on Bradford Street   For this reason, the views are spectacular. This bistro looks out on Pilgrim Monument, the tallest all-granite structure in the U.S, that is particularly beautiful when lit up at night.

The bistro’s atmosphere can best be described as formal, sophisticated and full of historic…

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