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Cape Cod Escape

4 days fr £178pp

Cape Cod • Boston • Hyannis

Save 10% 5 nights fr £1155 pp plus car hire included (Including flights)

In an enviable position right opposite Boston Common, the oldest park in America, the classic 4 star Boston Park Plaza is the perfect choice for a short break. Stepping inside the grand entrance, it's clear the hotel has a rich history and you can see why it has continued to be a favourite to visitors of the city since opening in 1927. Famous for it's fantastic food, the hotel has 8 separate restaurants and lounges on site including; Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Smith & Wollensky, The Melting Pot and MJ O'Connor's, one of Bostons best known Irish pubs. After 2 nights hire a car and escape to Cape Cod where you can spend 3 nights exploring before returning to Boston for your flights home.

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5 nights fr £1155pp (including flights) Valid 09/10/2018 - 10/10/2018

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TOUR DETAILS
Accommodation:
  • Superior fr £178pp
Validity:
  • 09/10/2018 - 15/10/2018
Also included:
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • Discovery Guide
Not included:
  • International Flights (unless otherwise stated)
  • Car Rental
  • Parking Fees
  • Tolls
Overview
Famous as one of the first places in America to be colonised by English settlers, as well as for being the favoured holiday destination of John F Kennedy, Cape Cod's picturesque landscape and mild climate make it a great place to get away from it all for a few days. This four-day tour of the region makes an ideal add-on to a Boston stay.
Day 1
Boston to Cape Cod/Hyannis
Today you leave Boston and head to Cape Cod. You'll visit the John F Kennedy Museum in Hyannis, and you also may want to visit Provincetown, the outermost point of the Cape, famed as a haven for artists, as well as for its seaport, shopping and dining, especially its Portuguese bakeries. The Provincetown Heritage Museum features artefacts from the days of the Pilgrims, and you can climb the Pilgrim Monument, the tallest granite structure in America.
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Day 2
Cape Cod
Today's whale-watching cruise is an unforgettable experience. You'll head to Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, where shallow water causes plankton to rise close to the surface, making this the whales’ favourite feeding ground. Have your camera ready for the spectacular photo opportunities.
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Day 3
Cape Cod
Today you have a choice of taking a ferry trip to either Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket Island. Whichever of these pretty islands you choose, the best ways to explore are on foot, bicycle or horseback. If you're keen on scuba diving, this is an ideal chance to look for sunken treasure, and it's also a great opportunity for a spot of fishing or even a ride in a biplane.
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Day 4
Cape Cod to Boston
Today it's time to leave Cape Cod and return to Boston, not forgetting to stop en route at Plymouth Rock and remember the 102 Mayflower passengers who founded New England.
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