Auberge Gladstone

Address: 8 Vernon Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 8 Vernon Street, Plymouth, is near Mayflower II, Plymouth Visitor Information Center, Pilgrim Hall Museum, and Back Roads of the South Shore.
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      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... bit and thought about our options. This is where the Kennedy's summered and where the rich and famous play. Should we head over to Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket? There are sand dunes and lighthouses, little fishing villages and fancy shops full of high fashion clothing, tacky trinkets, beautiful summer homes and tiny family cottages passed down through generations. There are even famous songs that mention the cape. Remember the " Piņa ...

      Plymouth to Milford

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      ... and ham for lunch. Soon arrived at the Sagamore bridge over Cape Cod canal, and decided to cross to find a lunch spot near Sandwich. After a short unplanned detour, we found our way to a carpark next to an amazing boardwalk over marshland and dunes. Walked across to the beach, a very wild and windy place. Saw Great Blue Herons and Herring Gulls cracking large clams by dropping them onto the rocks. Had a bracing lunch at the back of the Jeep, watching a coachload of tourists ...

      Forgotten fun facts from high up in the sky

      A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 29, 2014

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      ... hard tack), beer, peas, beans, and dried meat if available. One of the original pilgrims, John Alden and his wife Priscilla, received land from a homestead act and built a house that is still there today. It was built in Duxbury, Massachusetts but they still had to return to Plymouth for worship at the towns hall. They did not have horses so they traveled by donkey or even walking the 15 mile journey. The house is still in possession of the Alden descendants where ...

      Trip to Harvard and a 360 view.

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 24, 2014

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      ... was what is known as the 'kissing Gate'. The saying is at Harvard that if you walk through the gate at any other point than when entering Harvard as a fresher or leaving as a senior that you will not graduate! Melissa said that she had never been on a tour when the gates had been open so it must have been for the seniors graduation! What a day to visit Harvard! The other rumour about the gate and the rumour which gave it its name is that should you kiss your ...

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      A travel blog entry by danwalsh on Dec 04, 2013

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      ... as we are not allowed to wear anything below our elbows. Here virtually everyone has long sleeved tops, watches and most of the women have long painted or fake nails with large amounts of jewellery on even when performing procedures. I think we perform well in this area and understand the science behind it but why are even our socks mandated to be black and plain when we work in a children's hospital; I'm sure that there is no evidence ...