Before the fall was officially here I got to go on one last trip. Moving into the colder months I find myself becoming worried about what is to come in the colder months. This is especially true living in the North East where it gets cold quickly and spending time outdoors is not really an option.
I have a few awesome places I love to visit when heading to the Cape. I am excited to share some of my favorite restaurants and locations with you.
When driving into the Cape our first stop is always Keltic Kitchen. Normally, they do have a specials list and some of the best chicken and waffles I have ever had. During this visit they were not currently serving any specials but they have amazing meals on their regular menu. I ended up having blueberry pancakes with lemon ricotta and thick slices of bacon. It was delicious and I always recommend this as a necessary stop when visiting the Cape.
Another great spot that we stopped at was the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. The Museum itself was not open but it had amazing trails behind it that were open for hiking. We ended up having to take off our shoes to walk through parts of the trail because it was flooded in multiple locations. It was a warm day and the water felt refreshing but, it was definitely an unexpected surprise during our exploration of the area.
There was actually one flooded section that went all the way up to our knees – people were turning around instead of going through it. If that was not our way back to the car I think we would have turned around too. It was seriously an adventure!
That night we went to an amazing restaurant and bed and breakfast. It was called Spinnaker. The great thing about eating here was that everything was entirely outside. They had cute tables and heat lamps scattered around their outdoor dining area, amazing lighting and fantastic food. If you are worried about dining out safely this is a place I would completely recommend.
The last place we visited during our weekend getaway was P-Town. It was pretty crowded so, if you are at risk I would not recommend heading up there but, everyone was great about wearing masks. I got to visit my favorite dumpling place –Kung Fu Dumplings and do some exploring. I even got chicken and waffles at one of the restaurants down town!
One thing of note was that just like Maine they had masks readily available for people who were not wearing them. They didn’t have mailboxes like Maine but there was a man wearing a Santa beard handing them out.
Traveling right now can be stressful. There are a lot of factors to consider before going somewhere and I highly recommend doing your research. In a previous post I discussed what safety measures I take when traveling. Take a peak if you are curious about what I do before heading anywhere but always do your own research!