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On the Cape you will definitely need a car. Sandwich can be active during the day but there's not a whole lot to do by night. You will need a car to get to all the night life further down. Most of my nights there are spent in and around Hyannis, Dennis, and Yarmouth where all the restaurants and bars are. Also if you have some time, 6A is really pretty to drive down on any stretch.
Updated Feb 25, 2006
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Ah the hoodie, your go-to sweatshirt. We're beach bums for a reason. We're there day and night. If you've been searing yourself to a golden brown all day and the the sun drops, that refreshing ocean breeze becomes a severe windchill. Whether you're staying on the beach to relax around a fire or rolling out to some joint for an early dinner, having an extra layer handy is never a bad idea. The Cape's a casual place, sweatshirts are practically uniform.
Written Nov 20, 2007
The ladies room in the glass museum had a special display just for us gals, a bosom shell. Sure, I can see its practicality but could you imagine wearing this during cold winter months? Ayeech!
Updated Dec 30, 2011
If you are a baseball fan you will definitely want to check out some Cape League games. The Cape League is a non profit organization so you don't even have to buy tickets. However it is customary to give a donation either at the gate or in a "pass the hat" situation.
Equipment: You can best find directions on their website but I'm sure any local could point the way.
Written Feb 25, 2006
Address: Around the Cape
Favorite thing: It is so pleasant to drive or bicycle through the streets of Sandwich. Even their cemetaries are so well kept. Lovely wrought iron fences...little lanes among the aged stones....peaceful and park-like.
Updated May 18, 2003