We will explore three of the most well-known cities in Massachusetts including world famous Martha Vineyards, the great city of Boston, and the Grande Cape Cod.
This triangle-shaped island — sitting about 8 miles off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts — has been a secret summer hideaway of the rich and famous for more than a century. Today, the "Hollywood East" reputation is going strong — thanks to frequent visitors like President Barack Obama, David Letterman and Bill Murray, among many others. However, despite the all-star summer lineup, a laid-back lifestyle rules the island. The main draw rushing Vineyard visitors off the ferry is the chance to let their hair down for a long weekend.
With its colorful clam shacks, shingle-style cottages and serene beaches, it's easy to see why Cape Cod – or simply "the Cape" to locals – is a top summer retreat for New England mainlanders. Quaint bed-and-breakfasts wrap around rugged sand dunes, scenic bike trails snake along forests and the seemingly endless seashore is punctuated by bright kayaks and fishing boats. Life moves at a slower pace here – but that is part of the charm. In addition, while the Cape is a sought-after spot for celebrities and athletes, it is actually an unassuming place, with a surprisingly laid-back personality.
Spend a day being acquainted with the Cape's artsy side with a trip to Provincetown, a bohemian seaport that boasts quirky art galleries and excellent whale-watching spots.
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