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12 Hours in Provincetown.

On Sunday I had an awesome opportunity to take over the Boston Harbor Cruises’ Instagram account as they sent me on a little adventure to Provincetown. We took the BHC Fast Ferry out of downtown Boston and spent the day in P-Town exploring. Most of our time was spent checking out the Commercial Street shopping area, ducking into cute nautical shops and restaurants. We had lobster rolls at The Canteen for lunch, drinks on the porch looking out over the water at The Red Inn, cocktails on the waterfront deck at Pepes, and enjoying a clambake at the Lobster Pot to end our night. All along the way I snapped pictures of the cute Cape Cod cottages and nautical details. Twelve hours of eating and drinking and instagramming is pretty much my ideal day — thanks to Boston Harbor Cruises for the awesome opportunity! 20140721-210959-76199845.jpg20140721-211002-76202831.jpg20140721-211001-76201372.jpg20140721-211000-76200616.jpg20140721-211002-76202100.jpg





4 responses to “12 Hours in Provincetown.

  1. Jaime Lynn (@laviejaime) July 22, 2014 at 9:09 am

    such a fun day! i haven’t been to Ptown in years…I should go back!

  2. Mara July 22, 2014 at 9:32 am

    Beautiful pics!

  3. Laura Chassaigne (@LauraChassaigne) July 22, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    This looks like lots of fun, Kate! I love the picture of the buoys – those colors are beautiful. 🙂

  4. shell chic'd July 28, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    But seriously I can’t wait to do this now! Matt’s brother-in-law is one of the captains of the Ptown ferry, so we are counting the days until we get a chance to go!

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