These two vintage stores are da bomb. I loved looking at the clothes in Plush & Plunder, even though I wouldn't buy it, but Treasures & Temptations was exactly that. I just don't have the room anymore to buy stuff like this unfortunately.
There is a really cool tree at the end of this alley. A bar/restaurant is built under and around it.
My pictures don't do the tree justice.
That's the top spilling out over the awnings.
Funky shark. By the way, several beaches have been closed because of sharks, and one man had his foot nearly bitten off by a great white.
"One of things is not like the others..." Although I was pleased to see BBay included with all these other sexy and exotic locales.
I am still sad that this place is now a small arcade. It used to be Lorania's Toys & Books, a wonderful children's store. I got my Narnia & Middle Earth map posters there in 1978. They had so many great little toys - wooden puzzles made in Germany, stuffed animals, floats and beach balls, whiffle ball sets, etc. I was so sad that it closed some time in the 80s I think.
This carousel used to be located in the West End Market Place, which also had small shops and food vendors but is now closed.
In the arcade
Colourful towels outside a huge tshirt and souvenir store.
Then I came upon another shop that had some really cool stuff inside. Tons of kitsch and fun souvenirs.
I say wicked...wicked big.
There was one for every town/village.
Hyannis has duckboat tours now. Who knew?
Back up towards the winter end of Main again. There are some very old buildings on this part of the street.
John F. Kennedy Museum.
Chief Iyannough, after whom Hyannis is named.
I have no idea why this waiter has a kerchief/napkin over his face. Either it's a stick up or the food smells bad.
And finally I leave you with the Lobsta Bah tshirt with more stereotypical Massachusetts phrases, like 'I'm Bangin' a U-eey" and "That's a Wicked Pissah".