Archive | October, 2011

Heavenly Getaway …

 

My favorite season “Summer” is already gone. That’s it !!! I already switched  most of  my summer clothes to warm clothes in my drawers …

Oh… I wish i could  taste a little more beams from the warm sun but I guess I need to wait

few months…

Every season we wising to be in the pass season.I n the summer we wishing to be in winter and Vice Versa….

But…this is the nature we can’t blame it … Let’s just be happy with what we have and try to find the things we love in each season.

So let’s see… how was your summer ??? I’m sure you will find a few things that you did this summer which made you feel good about them.

Today, I would like to share with you my experience from the lovely, quite, relaxing place I visited this summer

place that i call “close to Heaven”, is Cape-Cod.

As a New York girl it was The ultimate place for me to relax and getaway from all loud, busy city stress  …

 


 We woke up at 5am to see the sunlight… We didnt have much time to plan where, so we just drove to the closest beach to catch it on time.

It was Breathtaking view !!! worth it big time.

After watching and enjoying the stunning view, we realized that we are in Marconi beach. The beach is named for Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi. In 1903, the first transatlantic wireless communication originating in the United States was successfully transmitted from nearby Marconi Station, a message from U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt to King Edward VII of the United Kingdom. It is very interesting to see how he build it ,(there is a mini replica that shows how).


This is how lucky we were … we saw the whale coming right next to as. It was unbelievable view !!!we could see him totally close … you can see how enormous he is. everybody around was happily shouting and crazy taking pictures. (me too:)). It was very fun !!!

 

Here is some more pictures from the lovely town - Provincetown, Provincetown located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod

    The Pilgrim Monument, designed by Willard T. Sears after the Torre del Mangia in Siena, Italy; built 1907–1910.

The Pilgrim Monument, designed by Willard T. Sears after the Torre del Mangia in Siena, Italy; built 1907–1910.

 

 

 Hope you like nature as much as I do …and you enjoy today’s pictures 

If you have any question, comments, need a suggestion or just want to share your experience, Please don’t hesitate!! 

 xoxo 

 Rachel 

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