Provincetown…

Hofmann was also well-known as teacher and art writer. In 1915 he opened the Hans Hofmann School of Fine Arts at Munich. The School was attended by American artists, Worth Ryder, Glen Wessel, Louise Nevelson, Carl Holy, Vaclav Vytlacil, Alfred Jensen and others, thanks to the worldwide recognition the school attained. From the waters of Cape Cod Bay to the stunning shoreline of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown is a little piece of paradise where Massachusetts charm overwhelms and breathtaking views are always in style.
Cruising down Route 6 past the familiar territory of Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet, I studied the map for interesting places to scout out for our guests. Nights are especially cozy when you can spread out in the family room and enjoy a movie on the big screen television and then retreat into your personal bedroom, complete with private bath, as if you are at home. Activity need not fill up your entire itinerary since your wall to wall windows offer breathtaking views and the sandy expanse behind your house is the perfect place to sit in the sand and watch the commotion out on the water.
Yearly comforts await and a trip that surpasses all of your wildest expectations is on the horizon when you take advantage of everything a home away from home has to offer. Gorgeous beaches, some of the best spectacular bike paths in New England, amazing whale watching opportunities, and historical attractions related to the Pilgrims first landing are just a few of the distinct features that separate Provincetown from its lower Cape brethren. Cape Cod has the best beaches and the best activities in all of New England. Once you visit Cape Cod you will want to come back year after year. The towns that make up Cape Cod are separated into sections such as: Upper Cape Cod, Middle Cape Cod and Lower Cape Cod.