Archive for August, 2012

Cape Cod Massachusetts

Welcome to Gay Friendly Cape Cod Massachusetts… The essence of Cape Cod and the Islands lies in the eyes of the beholder, visitor and resident alike. On the surface, the Cape is a 70-mile sandy spit off the coast of Massachusetts, bravely out there in the ocean, the islands in its orbit. Maps delineate an outstretched arm […]

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Provincetown Massachusetts

Welcome to Gay Friendly Provincetown Massachusetts…  Provincetown fits many descriptions. It’s a town synonymous with the GLBT community; it’s an art colony and a community of fishermen, many of them Portuguese.  These descriptions need not have distinct boundaries; often they overlap.  Ultimately a picture is worth more than words: take a trip down Commercial Street and everything that is Provincetown is there.  There are all the […]

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Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts

Welcome to Gay Friendly Martha’s Vineyard Massachusetts… Martha’s Vineyard lies seven miles off Falmouth’s Coastline. The Island has six towns, each with its own distinct flavor. Oak Bluffs, where ferries dock and depart, is famous for its “Gingerbread Houses” located in an area known as “The Campground.”   This was originally where the Methodist Church held summer camp revivals beginning in the 1850s. Later […]

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Nantucket Massachusetts

Welcome to Gay Friendly Nantucket Massachusetts… Nantucket Island is 30 miles off the shores of Cape Cod. It has long been a mecca for those fascinated by by-gone whaling days, a vivid repository for history of the era. The Whaling Museum, re-opened in the Spring of 2005, is a must-see, as are the cobbled streets and 17th-century street lamps in town. There are beaches […]

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Southern Massachusetts

Welcome to Gay Friendly Southern Massachusetts… New Bedford The City of New Bedford. First and foremost, New Bedford is a vibrant working seaport. Her history is forever linked to the sea and the whaling industry which made her the wealthiest city in the nation for many years. Today you see the evidence of that wealth in the many beautiful commercial buildings and […]

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