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    although possible, the cape can be quite a destination onto itself. One concern is traffic, so longer stays absorb those unpleasantries, realize the cape is rich in history, geography, culture and quaintness. From sand dunes to lighthouses, antique and curio shops to clam shacks, bike rentals to windsurf instruction...the cape is a world class destination...a day, a week, you're sure to fall in love with old cape cod. almost 7 years ago

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    Agreeing with roger, depending on the type of person yo are, the more time you would like to stay on the Cape. For example, if you like to lounge on beaches as apposed to surf on their waves, you perhaps wouldn't stay as long due to the similarities of the landscape of the beaches, while the waves that travel along them may be different. I reccomend checking out The Beachcomber on Wellfleet Beach, one of my favorite restaraunts on the cape although it may be hard to find a seat throguout happy hours! almost 7 years ago

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    If you like to do lots of things with little down time, yes, if you like relaxing and seeing sights, no. almost 7 years ago

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    Just spent two weeks in Cape Cod. I would say give yourself at least 3 days to see all the spots the townies recommend. If at all possible for you, the trip up to Provincetown is pretty stellar. Great restaurants all over the Cape as well. almost 7 years ago

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