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Provincetown, Massachusetts or "P-Town" is a popular summer vacation and weekend spot for gays (and straights) from New York, Montreal and, of course, Boston. Provincetown sits on the very end of Cape Cod and its isolation helped an artist's community form here in the 1960s. With that community, gay men and women... More
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Delicious deli right around the cornerJust over a block away from bustling Commercial St., Far Land Provisions offer the simplicity of a neighborhood deli with the tastes of gourmet... More
TravellingMike, pjmaz, JSQOtter, GeorgePA, brooklynjoe, atoddward are going to Provincetown Bear Week 15th Anniversary
Hotels in ProvincetownSweet & SourLocated on the East end, a good walk to the bars and action, Rent a bike if you stay here. NO parking onsite, you must walk about 4 blocks to municipal lot or use the limited space private lot they keep 2 reserved spaces at for $15-$20- per day. No hot tub anymore, that's history..., must have been removed at the writing of this review. The patio is pretty, but locked at 11:00, not sure why? Rooms are very small in general, Beds are creaky & squeaky; the whole house will know you're having sex! Little to no room to store clothing or luggage in the rooms-very tight, no desk & chair, a small TV awkwardly placed and hard to watch from bed. Pillows and linens were adequate but I did not get a restful nights sleep as the mattress was too firm. Breakfast was nice and consisted of Granola, yogurt, fresh fruit, coffee, Orange juice, and fruit & nut bread. second floor bedrooms share bathrooms. AC units were hard to program, noisy and visibly mildewy. Fridge in the room was nice to have but the condenser made too much noise and I would have unplugged it if I didn't have drinks in it. If you are a heavy sleeper who is not particular you will be fine. If you like more space and comfort, it's not for you. Hosts were overall helpful and friendly, one of them rarely smiled and always looked preoccupied. Soap & Shampoo are in liquid form and in containers on shower stall walls, if you prefer a bar of soap, bring your own. I would only stay there again if I were in a pinch and would much prefer a small cottage or studio for my next visit.
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Saturday Jul 26, 2014 , 2 people are in
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Sunday Aug 3, 2014 - 10:30am-12:30pm
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Small and well-appointed guesthouse
West End - 102 Bradford St, Provincetown, MA
1. Wa (4 fans)
Center your home, garden, and spirit
2. Puzzle Me This (1 fans)
Riddles, puzzles, games, & more...
3. BodyBody (1 fans)
Men's bathing suits; beach gear
4. Ruthie's Boutique
Year-round thrift store
Modern home decor & gifts