Wanderlust Wednesday // Cape Cod Planning

I'm so excited to be heading to Cape Cod this weekend with two of my best friends from high school. We all live in different cities, so I always look forward to our times together. Although I've been to Cape Cod before, I don't really know the area well, but that's not a problem! I absolutely love researching a new destination and making a list of must-see spots, restaurants to eat at, and fun neighborhoods to walk around. 

We're staying in Yarmouth and planning to take the ferry to Nantucket on one of the days. Along with lots of beach time, and catching up over rosé, I've started compiling a bunch of places that would be fun to check out on our trip. I'm excited to see what we check off this weekend, and what new places we discover. If you have any recommendations please send them my way!






















Arnold's Lobster & Clam Shack - I'm sure it's a very hotly contested issue on The Cape, but I've been reading that Arnold's in Eastham has the best warm lobster roll in the area.

Whale Watching in Provincetown- Massachusetts is one of the top 10 whale watching spots in the world, and the animals played a major part in the area's economy in the 1800's. It would be fun to hop on a boat and take a spin looking for whales!
Dining area at Galley Beach










Galley Beach - I hope we're able to fit in sunset cocktails at Galley Beach on Nantucket. It looks absolutely gorgeous!

The Juice Bar - Looking forward to lots of ice cream cones, especially one from this well-known spot on Nantucket.

Explore Provincetown- I vaguely remember visiting Ptown on a past trip to Cape Cod, and would love to go back. It's located on the tip of The Cape, and is a very colorful, lively area with a main street full of art galleries, cute shops, and fun restaurants. 


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