Journals Hyannis

Mid-Cape: Hyannis Port

Created by parramore on July 10, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews
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Famous for its Kennedy Compound and known to Cape Cod visitors as the departure point for the Martha's Vinyard and Nantucket ferries, Hyannis Port offers excellent dining, a quaint Main Street, whale watching excursions and very friendly B&B's.

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Cape Cod in the Summer

Created by JulieRu on March 10, 2006

1 Review

The Cape Cod League in the summer.

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The Cape

Created by ricanhavoc on April 28, 2005

1 Review

Cape Cod is pretty much a ghost town during the off-season, and that so happens to be when we went.

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Cape Cod in the Spring

Created by Dear Pat on April 10, 2004

1 Review

We went to the cape in May to visit with family. The weather was a little chilly, but the atmosphere was wonderful.

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Great Times in Hyannis!!

Created by GMBatty1 on January 25, 2004

1 Review

Visiting Hyannis for the first time was a real joy. There are plenty of things to do and see. Courtyard Resort, located right in the heart of Hyannis and minutes from the beach, was a great place to stay.



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Help is a phone call away

Created by Yesitwas on September 26, 2003

1 Review

After two days of constantly hearing the clicking of my train to Boston, a two-hour bus ride to Hyannis, MA, three days and nights at my uncle's death bed, and expensive but cheaply kept hotels, RCI came through with a week stay at the courtyard resort in Hyannis.

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The Cape

Created by bostonboy on July 4, 2003

1 Review

Great atmosphere, nice beaches, good food, and friendly people.

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Tiki Port

Created by jig jones on October 16, 2002

2 Reviews

Tike Port review

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Tiki Port is incredible

Created by Swahili Spearchucker on October 16, 2002

1 Review

Great Restaurant

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Memorial Day on Cape Cod!!!

Created by MaryJake on July 8, 2002

5 Reviews

On the beach in Cape Cod on a Memorial day weekend--what could be better?? We stayed at the Ocean Club and my sons learned how to build sandcastles in the sand, jump waves and watch birds dive for food, straight down into the ocean.

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