Fisherman's Village is a beautiful place to walk around. (There are also wheelchair ramps, so it is easily accessible to the handicapped.)
Row after row of beautiful, white lights decorate the ceilings and as you walk around it feels as if you're walking in a Christmas wonderland. There are all sorts of interesting shops to see, plus some very cute cafes & themed restaurants by the water. As you walk through Fisherman's Village, keep your eye out for all the photo opportunities that they've set up along the walkway (they make for some fun pictures!)
You can also walk along the outside of the main building and look at all the boats by the dock. (There are also dinner & boat tours offered here) This area is absolutely beautiful around sunset!
There is also a park right right down the street from Fisherman's Village. It's located right on the water, and is a nice area to relax and watch the boats sail by.
The only negative comment I have is for a restaurant called Harpoon Harry's, located at the end of Fisherman's Village. Myself and three friends went there for dinner recently, and two of us order seafood and the other two ordered beef meals and all of them were dry, had no flavor and were rather awful! Our entire dinner cost $60 and it wasn't worth $10. Worst food we've ever had.
Other than that, I encourage everyone to stop by Fisherman's Village! Be sure to bring your camera, because you'll get lots of great pictures here!
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