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Truro area in late July

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Hi experts! My husband & I are finally getting ourselves out to the Cape this summer. Been a long time coming. No kids, just the 2 of us, spending a week in late July.

Already have a place (anyone familiar with Braemar Resort in Truro? Would love some feedback before we sign the papers). We know it's on the shuttle route to P-town, so we plan on getting there a few times. We already have an idea of some things we'll do:

- whale watch, naturally
- rent bikes in P-town & head to Provincelands
- seal sail out of Chatham
- taking our kayaks & hoping to hit the marshes around the National Seashore
- planning on morning walks on the beach, evening strolls on the ocean beaches (will be getting a National Seashore pass for the week)

Any other ideas? Looking for more "off the beaten path" ideas, not so much the touristy things and definitely not things for families with little kids. We're in our early 50s and we've been there/done that. This vacation is for US.

Also, looking for "not-too-expensive" restaurant ideas. We've got a place with a kitchen, so we'll TRY to eat in a few times so we can afford to do other things.

Thanks so much for all your help. It's great to know that the Fodor's Forums are out here. What a great resource!!

Thanks,

Karen
(have to figure out how to change my screen name, since I lost my Hawaii-virginity a couple of years ago, lol)

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