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... Century English Village with actors playing the parts of the settlers. We also saw the Plymouth Rock which was entirely underwhelming!
Friday dawned stunningly sunny again so making the most of it as rain is forecast for tomorrow!
Decided to return our lovely blue Dodge a day early rather than leave it parked and not used. Took the underground to Harvard Square and wandered through the Campus. Spent a long time in a book shop on the ...
... every possible point a rainbow flag was hung. Only same sex couples walked down the street. A sexual apartheid had happened prohibiting opposite sexes being couples. Found it very weird, quickly we walked up to our hostel to check in. Checking in we met one of our bunk mates, who told us a story that had happened to him a couple of nights back. He was woken up by two guys giving him a foot massage, he managed to fight ...
Even though Provincetown is quite crowded, it is also beautiful with all the beaches surrounding it.
After looking around a bit, we decided to take the bus shuttle back to North Truro. With the bus shuttle they have a place at the front of the bus where you can load your bikes. We did this with our bikes so that we did not have to ride back to the Inn on the narrow roads. The ride only cost $2 each so it was well worth the ...
... in Woburn, a few miles away. Off we went and the GPS took us a strange way but I enjoyed seeing more neat large old homes. Finally arrived and there is a line out the door--keep in mind that it is 20 degrees! We waited and eventually got a dozen big cannolis and some cookies. One the way home we took a short detour to visit his friends Vinnie and Sherry, and I really enjoyed them-they were excited to see Phil and Vinnie said seeing him was the best ...
The Pilgrim Monument was built between 1907 and 1910 to honor the Pilgrims’s first landing of the Mayflower in Provincetown on November 21, 1620. The pilgrims explored the area for 5 weeks and then moved on to Plymouth as the land was not suitable for farming.
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