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Miles of sandy beaches dotted with dunes, crisp salt air, crimson cranberry bogs -- Cape Cod is a delight for the senses and the perfect vacation spot. This new edition of a perennial favorite is a guide to the best of the best, from which beaches have the warmest water to where to find the most unusual flea markets. It features a new interior design and expanded and thoroughly updated information on restaurants, lodgings, and attractions.
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With its rich history and lively, artsy flair, the Cape has something for everyone. If you don't find what you're looking for, you're not looking in this book first. Pack your bags, grab this guidebook and head to the Cape to discover: the best places to eat, from clam shacks to dinner cruises, the most beautiful beaches and whether they're handicapped accessible, remote, crowded, bayside or seaside, what to do if it rains, the best nature walks, great places for antiquing and gallery visits, history everywhere you look, where to stay for a weekend or a week, the famous Kennedy Compound, where to get the best view of it and much, much more. (5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 240 pages, b&w photos)
Jerry Morris writes and edits for the Sunday Travel section of the Boston Globe. A former resident of Cape Cod, he lives in Rhode Island.
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Book Description Globe Pequot Pr, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. 3rd. Seller Inventory # DADAX1564406296