The Getaway Mavens say we're "naughty, wily, politically charged"

When you run a business in Provincetown you get to meet thousand's of people over the course of a season.  It is always rewarding when you learn some visitors have given you a shout-out as a favorite place to shop in Provincetown.  

A bit about The Getaway Mavens:

"Malerie Yolen-Cohen is the Author of the cross-country travel guide, Stay On Route 6; Your Guide to All 3562 Miles of Transcontinental Route 6. She contributes frequently to Newsday, with credits in National Geographic Traveler, Ladies Home Journal, Yankee Magazine,, Sierra Magazine, Porthole, Paddler, New England Boating Magazine (formerly Offshore/Northeast Boating Magazine), and dozens of other publications.

"Malerie’s focus and specialty is Northeastern USA, and she is constantly amazed by the caliber of restaurants and lodging in the unlikeliest places.

"Sandra Foyt is a storyteller, road trip veteran, and award-winning travel photographer. A veteran of many cross-country road trips, she drove Route 66, the Lincoln Highway, the fossil freeway, the extraterrestrial highway, and even “the loneliest road in America.”

"Find her stock photography on Alamy, learn how Sandra can help reveal your story through Documentary Photography or connect with her on LinkedIn. Originally from the Caribbean, with family homes still in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, she is based in Albany, New York.

"Sandra covers the Caribbean and other warm-climate destinations. Mostly, she stars in her own version of “Where’s Waldo?,” always in search of sweet treats and grand adventures."

The blog began 'in 2013 as a way to bring attention to lesser-known destinations in the Northeast. Our all-in-one travel guides gathered all the best things to do, restaurants, and luxury hotels for places that saw little or no tourism. That’s still a major motivator.

Still, we changed over time. We began the travel blog when empty nests loomed, but then we began to appreciate that we were now free to adventure on weekend getaways with our partners. And we found that this content resonated with our readers. And not just with our own demographic—many of our readers are affluent Millenials and Zoomers.

We’re still writing about the less traveled destinations, but now it’s with a romantic getaway spin".

We were thrilled to get a Google alert leading us to this article titled "21 Wild Things to do in Provincetown"

Amongst the Getaway Mavens favorite things to do in Provincetown is a shopping stroll through P-town's East End.  We were excited to see their inclusion of Adam's Nest in their stroll.

We love that they described our shop as having "naughty, wily, politically charged t-shirts".  We are always thrilled to see us included in people's best of in Provincetown. 

Whether traveling to our beloved Ptown from near or far another great place for checking out what to do before you arrive is Kayak.  We are thrilled that they've chosen to feature us as well.