This weekend I jumped at the chance to get out of the city for a long weekend and ferried over to Provincetown! My roommate and I spontaneously booked a few nights at an absolutely amazing B&B called the Lands End Inn - their website might look questionable, aka not designed great, but in this case, don't judge a book by its cover. It was the perfect home-base for our mini getaway. Each room had ocean views and were uniquely decorated. We stayed in the Gull Hill room, which was chock full of antiques and books, even a bird cage (sans bird)! Even more impressive than the breakfast, was the late afternoon wine and cheese spread. Paris and I made sure to make it back to the hotel by 5PM to grab a glass (or two) and watch the sun set from their fabulous deck (see view below).
Our first day there, we strolled up and down Commercial Street, stopping into every single store along the way. We decided to grab a quick lunch at the Mayflower Diner before continuing on our shopping marathon. That night we decided to forego dinner, and grab apps at John Dough instead!
The next morning, we went on an 11 mile hike through the dunes to the race point lighthouse. We were literally at the tip of the cape, and it was insane. We were the only people for miles, and it was gorgeous. Worth the stumbling and falling over rocks to get there! That night, we ventured back to Commercial St. and ate at the Lobster Pot, where Paris had her first lobster ever (crazy, I know!).
Our 7AM alarm Monday morning was not welcomed warmly, but we begrudgingly made our way back to the wharf and boarded our ferry home!