By The Sea Bed and Breakfast

Address: 22 Winslow St., Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 22 Winslow St., Plymouth, is near Plymouth Rock, Mayflower Society House and Library, The Spooner House, and Pilgrim Path.
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    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    Chapter 32 The Rock of a Nation

    A travel blog entry by romabeach on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... extremely harsh winter. One of the things that happens each winter is that most of their boats are covered in a white plastic shrink wrap material.

    I had mentioned that the area experienced a record snow fall and extremely harsh winter. One of the things that happens each winter is that most of their boats are covered in a white plastic shrink wrap material.

    Ann and John, who have been so good to ...

    Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

    29 photos

    ... floor is now like a giant corridor of food vendors of every kind. Claustrophobic, and since we were not hungry we went on.

    The trail led us past the Haymarket on Blackstone Street which is open on Friday and Saturdays. It's an outdoor fruits, vegetables, fish, meat and cheese market. This was more to our liking and we bought an apple and some fingerling potatoes for a song. Great prices and lovely produce. We love to hear the ...

    Boston

    A travel blog entry by nevans07 on Jul 08, 2014

    24 photos

    Leaving NYC bright and early, Amtrak continued to live up to its reputation providing another delay. Our train therefore crawled up early afternoon allowing us time to check out Boston's Central Park, catch Brazil's embarrassing exit and go out for a meal and drinks all making for a relaxed introduction to the city. Boston seemed very different to NYC. The ambience was more relaxed and slow ...

    Drip Drip! Splash Splash!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 28, 2014

    42 photos

    ... into mill to be used in backing. Once the corn is ground, you must sift the flower from the grits. The Grist Stones are imported from France and are extremely heavy. They must be separated and cleaned after each use to prevent unwanted visitors (rodents) from getting close to the mill. We were able to make a model of the stones to see how they work. We cannot wait to make these with our students. While at the Grist Mill we learned an interesting fact about the herring ...

    The Portuguese Playground

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Apr 18, 2014

    1 photo

    ... waved her hand. Looking back, I'm not sure why a measly 5 months abroad seemed an eternity, because studying at an elite private Women's College near Boston made me feel as if I were abroad. It's all about acclimation.

    International terminals are unique places. They bring people from all corners of the globe together, and with this duty comes a fantastic mélange of languages and styles of dress. I could hear ...