Sat beneath Boston, you'll find Cape Cod. With glorious lighthouses and 40 miles of coast, it should come as no surprise that it’s a tourist hotspot. Many American families have spent their summers there, including one of the most historically infamous: the Kennedy’s. In fact, JFK’s influence is still poignant all around Cape Cod. It’s also buzzing during the summer with activities that carefully hit our nostalgia buttons. But the glory of this New England gem is not its past, but rather the present. After all, there are many memories to make and things to do in Cape Cod.
Although you might not know it, there’s more than one type of bowling. The one we’re used to with the ten pins and the strikes isn’t the only one. Another is candlepin bowling, and it’s a New England specialty. As well as being fun for all the family, it makes for great entertainment for groups of adult friends, too. The differences between it and regular bowling are also vast. The ball is tiny, you only get three tries, and the pins don’t come back. It’s a challenge, but it’s a fun one. Bonus? You can drink while you play. Cheers to that.
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