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I have plus 1 button on my website and am using Google analytics on my website. When people hit the Plus 1 button the number does not increase, is this due to the analytics code at the end of the web address?

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The Captain Farris House has been selected as one of the Top 10 Romantic Inns! We are so honored to be among this group.
http://www.prlog.org/12278624-iloveinnscom-announces-2014-top-10-romantic-inns.html

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What a wonderful fall day we are having.  The rain is gone and the air is crisp.  Can you plan a last minute getaway?  We just had a cancellation for the Captain Farris Suite from tonight through Sunday. Don't wait, plan some time now. This is our last room available for the weekend and won't last long.  

The Cape Cod land mass has been an obstacle to navigation since it juts over seventy miles into the Atlantic Ocean. There are many lighthouses from Chatham on up to Provincetown to help warn mariners away from a potential ocean graveyard. Today, 7 of these lighthouses are still operational. Two of these lighthouses, the Chatham Lighthouse and Nauset Lighthouse, give tours.  Both are just a short drive from the bed and breakfast.

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Little theater is alive and well on the Cape.  The last production at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis Village is "Nunsense" which will run through Sept 1.  Tickets are still available to see the "Little Sisters of Hoboken displaying their divine talents in a zany benefit review."   

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If you are a fan of Norman Rockwell, you won't want to miss the exhibit at the Heritage Museums and Gardens in Sandwich, just a half hour or so from the Captain Farris House bed and breakfast. The exhibit ends Sept. 3.

Walk out the front door of the B&B and down the street to see some of the wonderful homes along Pleasant Street. An easy early morning or late evening walk. These homes date back to the early to mid 1800's. Ask us for a walking guide.

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