But I did try something peculiar called quahog (which after coffee with one of my friends I'm now informed is the town from Family Guy, so, nice.)
I've been once before to the Cape to visit my best friend's family and generally vegetate on the beach for a week. It was marvelous. The weather, sadly, was not cooperative this time around, nor was the time constraint. BUT fun was had regardless!! One day Mom and I drove around the entire Cape picking at least 12 houses we'd like to buy, because mysteriously all of them are on sale. (Does anyone know why? Does this haunt anyone? Are the houses haunted?) Another day we relaxed on a beach which was literally as foggy as San Francisco. And here I thought I was on vacation... Photographic evidence is included (with a few from my phone because I just couldn't resist.)
The first few pictures are from this cute little French restaurant we stopped at for breakfast every morning (well... Can you call it breakfast if you don't wake up until 11? Jury's still out.) We were staying in Hyannis, but with a little bit of willpower, you can get anywhere on the Cape or upstate Mass/Rhode Island within an hour and a half, so we also visited Plymouth Rock (it is literally a rock. I feel like 4th grade should've prepared me for that disappointment better.) Nevertheless, ENJOI!!!!