Cape Cod, Massachusetts for Lobster Mac & Cheese, Lake Fun & Beach Sunsets!

Los Angeles, United States
Travel Instagrammer & Blogger in sunny Los Angeles! I left my Director of Sales & Marketing job in 2015 to travel!

Thanks to one of my best friends getting married last Saturday, I had the opportunity to visit both Cape Cod and Boston for the first time! The wedding itself was in Cape Cod but I couldn’t pass up adding a few days to explore Boston!

Minus the time spent at the beautiful wedding (congrats again, R & A!), I enjoyed approximately a day in Cape Cod and discovered a few places worthy of mention! Since my Boston experience will be chock full of photos and recommendations, I figured Cape Cod deserved individual love!

Drive – The drive from Boston Logan International Airport to Cape Cod takes anywhere from 1.5 – 2.5 hours. Cape Cod is an interesting shape, like a curled witch nail, so depending on which town you’re trying to get to, it could be a whole 1 hour difference! Make sure you grab some Dunkin Donuts coffee and munchkins (they’re everywhere!) for the road trip!

Play at the Lake: After the wedding, we wanted to get some lake time and decided to stop by the first lake we found. We ended up at Bass River Park. I’m sure where we parked was only one of many docks but there was a small hut that rented out paddle boats and kayaks! Jackpot! We paid a minimal fee ($5 or less), paddled and kayaked through the beautiful Bass River which was so much fun!

Want to know where to go for Lobster Mac & Cheese? Head on over to my blog for the full post

Insider Tip

Paddle and Kayak rentals are really reasonable! Bring cash!

Where I stayed / started

InterContinental Boston Waterfront

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