Anyone who has planned a vacation with kids knows two things. 1) The summer solstice has nothing on a rainy day in a hotel room with bored kids, which wins hands-down as the longest day of the year. 2) Beaches, mini golfing, the Cape Cod Baseball League, and the sixth trip to the ice cream parlor are summer classics, but sometimes you need an extra dose of inspiration to mix up the fun.
The waters around Cape Cod are warming up as the summer season kicks into full swing. Many visitors and locals enjoy boating, fishing and other water activities. However not everyone is lucky enough to own their own vessel.
Everybody knows that hot dogs taste best on the beach, which is just one more reason Cape Cod is a quintessential destination for a seaside Independence Day. Keep your eyes posted on local events listings in the weeks to come for a full-schedule of festivities around the Cape.
Apps for travel have made the world a smaller place, in a good way. Gone are the days of jotting down directions and writing out itineraries. These apps make visiting new destinations much easier and significantly less intimidating.
It’s impossible to be all things to everyone, but Provincetown actually pulls it off. Somehow it’s a classic fishing village and a thriving art scene, a serene seashore town and an all-night party.