Baggins End Guest House
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... uneventful and neither of us was up to any sightseeing, so we chose a seafood restaurant for dinner that was only half a mile from the hotel. It was featured on the food network show Diners, Drive Ins and Dives and had hugely positive reviews on Yelp.
The Portuguese Chowder was divine, everything else we had was terrible. My mussels and steamers were barely edible and Karen's scallops were rubbery and tasteless. I Yelp reviewed them on the spot as this place ...
... to the hotel. We both agreed that this place had a very weird vibe. I would have thought that a fat white guy would have been the target market in these parts though in this place I was treated as if I had three heads, maybe they were pirates and they could spot the landlubber, either way it was a most unfriendly place.
After getting changed we headed out for dinner at a tavern and had a dozen ...
... ask questions.
You enter into the native camp first, then take a path along the river to the pilgrims settlement. I wanted to giggle the entire day (that's what I do when I am really excited or having fun on an adventure, weird, I know).
After spending a few hours at Plimouth (that was how it was originally spelled) Plantation, we went to see the Mayflower II. This is an exact replica of the original. Again there are a few character actors to answer your ...
Today we headed to Plymouth to see where it all began. We got to see Plymouth Rock where when asking the guide to give us an explanation about it his answer was " Well it is a rock found in Plymouth" very informative! We wandered around the quaint town up to the 1749 Court House and Museum where we went inside. Very interesting, upstairs they have a courtroom set out and the kids enjoyed role playing. We ...
... the entire ‘Old Dartmouth’ area. This museum is a must see for all visitors.The home of another rich whaling and banking industry pioneer Andrew Robeson is famous for having its 500 ton frame moved some 400 feet in 1978. The federal-style(brick) home built in 1821 was in line to be torn down in the ...