A Beach Lover: Weekend Recap at The Cove

This weekend we headed to Cape Cod to celebrate my in-laws Birthdays. We stayed at "The Cove" in Yarmouth, MA and had a blast with the whole family- swimming, playing indoor tennis, racketball and an array of other games.  
On Saturday night, we headed to a tourist trap restaurant called Captain Parker's where they are famous for their New England Clam Chowder.  We had a few of my in-laws friends and extended family waiting at the restaurant as a nice surprise- They were shocked!
After dinner we continued the party back at the in-laws suite where we ended up getting multiple noise complaints and had to shut the party down!

As you can imagine, I am exhausted today!  We were supposed to get our Christmas tree yesterday, but we ended up being too lazy and passed...now I'm freaking out that we don't have much time!

I didn't take a lot of pictures but here are a few:

{Packed and Ready to go!}

{Christmas Tree in the Hotel Lobby}

{The Hotel Pool had all of these flags displayed directly above the pool.  We had a fun time seeing who could name the most Countries... when my 11 year old nephew beat me, I sadly realized I have some brushing up to do...}

We had a townhouse Suite that had a downstairs living area and a bedroom upstairs...it was super cute and I of course loved all of the nautical touches.

{New England Clam Chowder}

 {I don't want to leave!}

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  1. Looks beautiful! Hopefully you can get your tree soon! We're normally late getting ours too!

    1. thanks! I think we are going tonight!!

  2. Love your packed and ready to go picture! Looks like a great time!

  3. Sounds like a great trip! Traveling is always exhausting though. Captain Parker's chowder looks great!

    1. It was so good! Definitely not the best thing for you though! :)

  4. Wow that looks amazing! We are in Boston so we need to get to Cape Cod soon. It's so nice that you guys spent the whole weekend celebrating your in-laws bday and loved your suite. It looked like a house but had the perks of a hotel service-nice.