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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      Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... dangerous to swim due to sharks that come in close to get the seals. We saw no sharks.

      We then headed down the road a bit further to Nauset Light Beach. We got there a little before sunset and took a nice walk on the beach together. The sand is soft and again the seals were so close to the shore. It was great. We took some pictures of the lighthouse. This one has a revolving red and then white light and not a flashing light like ...

      Boston to Plymouth MA

      A travel blog entry by katej594 on Oct 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... over the pool. After settling in, we set out in wind and driving rain to find somewhere to eat. The Lobster Shack looked a bit bleak, so we chose the East Bay Grill. A warm welcome and well patronised. We had burgers and turkey tips washed down with a bottle of 14 hands Californian red, then braved worsening weather to look over Plymouth harbour, before heading back to the ...

      National Memorial Day

      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 26, 2014

      55 photos

      ... ways. The foundations of the statehouse had to be fortified to build the subway line so they are now stronger than before and as the building shakes every 5 minutes or so insects do not like to live there and therefore the Old State House is one of the only pest free buildings of its age in Boston! That said there are now laws which forbid building subway lines under historic sites! Just on case! The historic buildings randomly preserved in all the modern city is bizarre but ...

      The First Few Days at Boston College

      A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 14, 2014

      14 photos

      ... of the seals, and exploring the different sea life from oceans and seas all over the world. I found Nemo and Dory, touched a ray and got a picture with the ginormous sea turtles. I saw sea stars and shiny jellyfish, I was intrigued by the hungry looks of the piranhas and most of all I was constantly surrounded by screeching kids. I had the best time!

      When we came back outside, a thunderstorm was just raging over Boston so we decided to find shelter in ...

      Back to the Beyond

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 21, 2013

      47 photos

      ... and the old train station looks great. I drove down past 505 Main Street where dad lived, but it's all gone and rebuilt now. It was probably more of a small mill town back in 1917 and now it's a much bigger city. I doubt dad would have recognized much. Following that bit of nostalgia we took off for Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the Pilgrams. This town has also grown some and been duded up, but still retaining a lot of ...