I just spent three days on Cape Cod Mass. We lucked out on the weather, It was beautiful, sunny and warm. Wellfleet has a laid back feeling and the beaches go on forever. We spent one day on Cahoon Hollow, but thought White Crest beach, just down the road, was much nicer. When you are on the Cape, you have to eat seafood. On route 6 , at the main Wellfleet exit, Pj“s restaurant has great food at fairly good prices. We had a fried Cod Rubin sandwich that was fantastic. The Cod was perfect, really fresh and crispy. We also ate at two of the Mac’s empire of seafood establishments that were disappointing because of the high prices and small portions. The Cod sandwich we had at their harbor side restaurant was just a lonely little dollop of soggy fish on a stale bun for 10 bucks. Macs’ shack , their upscale restaurant in Wellfleet suffered from the same high price small portion disease, but fared better in the quality of their food. The out side raw bar is beautiful, the martinis are huge and the oysters were clean, fresh and wonderful. They had better be when you are paying top dollar, two drinks and six oysters for 35 dollars. For dinner we had their Prosciutto wrapped monk fish. Two little pieces of fish the size of golf balls for 28 dollars. It was good but we finished them off in two bites wondering if there was time to go back to Pjs and grab a sandwich.