Come bask in the soothing breezes and white sand on our private beach, while the kids run rampant on the tidal flats or splash in the gentle waves.Take a long, romantic stroll on the beach at sunset, or go for a bike ride on over 30 miles of bicycle-only trails, just a 5 minute ride from your door.It is a small museum comprised of rooms decorated in authentic colonial style.

Splash around or relax in our large indoor and outdoor pools, rejuvenate in our hot tub, or picnic with the family in our recreation area. We are distinctively located in Hyannis, the "Homeport of Cape Cod".

Walk to Bayview Beach, ferries to Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, waterfront restaurants, Harbor cruises to Hyannisport and the Kennedy compound, Main Streets diverse variety of shops, restaurants, gift stores, festivals, Cape Cod Train and the Kennedy Museum.

Cape Verde comprises ten islands, nine of which are inhabited, and is located 375 miles (600 kilometers) off the coast of Senegal.

The combined area of all the islands is 1,557 square miles (4,033 square kilometers), roughly the size of Rhode Island. Sal, Boavista, Maio, and São Vicente are flat and desert-like, with stretches of sand dunes.

A stone’s throw from the center of town, this 65-room island treasure has accommodations ranging from garden cottages to suites on the harbor and two in-town White Elephant loft accommodations.

The hotel’s mascot, a white elephant named Trunket, presides over its lush lawn.

Minuteman National Park, Concord, Free Created in 1959, Minute Man National Historical Park (NHP) preserves and protects the significant historic sites, structures, properties, and landscapes associated with some of the first battles of the American...

Old South Meeting House, Boston, $When you follow the Freedom Trail's red line you'll eventually arrive at the Old South Meeting House.

Santiago, Santo Antão, Fogo, and São Nicolau are more mountainous and arable, although all the islands have a long history of drought. Because of the country's long history of emigration, there are an additional estimated one million Cape Verdeans living abroad, mainly in the United States, western Europe, and Africa. It is used in school, for official functions, and for all written communication.

They are all of volcanic origin; Fogo, the only volcano still active, last erupted in 1995. The United States Cape Verdean population, concentrated in the New England states, is estimated to be as large as the population in Cape Verde itself. The vernacular is a Creole, which is essentially fifteenth-century Portuguese with a simplified vocabulary and influences from Mandingo and several Senegambian languages.

It was built in 1729 as a Puritan Church but has become better known as the site of the Boston Tea Party.