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CAPE COD TRAVEL FACTS
John Hay
September 11, 1961
The best weeks of the year on the Cape follow Labor Day, when the crowds leave. Days are sparkling, nights are cool.
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September 11, 1961

Cape Cod Travel Facts

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The best weeks of the year on the Cape follow Labor Day, when the crowds leave. Days are sparkling, nights are cool.

Staying there: In Provincetown, the Provincetown Inn has private beach, swimming pool, good food, good view. top room rate is $14 after Sept. 6. Best restaurants: The Flagship, The Moors. In North Truro, the Governor Prencc is best motel, with pool and beautiful view of Cape Cod Bay. Top rate $12 after Labor Day. Chatham and Monomoy Island are bird watchers' mecca in September. Wayside Inn and Ridgevale Motel are first-rate; Captain's Table, Chatham Arms and Christopher Ryder House are among best restaurants.

Playing there: Swimming is good through September. Fall fishing for striped bass, bluefish and tuna is excellent. Beach buggy tours of dunes and Outer Beach cost $1.75 for 50-minute trip from Provincetown.

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