Jesse Harlow House

Address: 3 North Green Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3 North Green Street, Plymouth, is near Jenney Grist Mill, Brewster Gardens, Hoxie House, and Richard Sparrow House.
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    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

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    We had already seen the golden domed Massachusetts State House that was closed on Saturday and the 1808 Park Street Church which was also closed today due to a wedding. This church is on the corner of the park and it's nickname is Brimstone Corner because they used to storage gunpowder in the crypt during the War of 1812 (and the fire and brimstone sermons preached as well we are sure). The first anti slavery sermon was ...

    On to Plymouth, Massachussetts

    A travel blog entry by mtbrown on Jul 29, 2014

    7 photos

    ... maybe the yard wasn't as big as I remembered). After taking a few pictures, we got back on the road to Plymouth, and soon found the traffic.

    We did get to Plymouth without too much trouble, going over the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan, then into the Bronx and Connecticut. We stopped at a service plaza in Connecticut for lunch, then continued on through Providence, RI into Massachussetts ...

    Walking Down Freedom Lane

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 27, 2014

    61 photos

    ... because the colonists refused to unload it because they would be taxed.  They wanted it shipped back to England but the King refused the ships returning.  Colonists decided to take matters into their own hands and dressed up like Mohawk Indians and dumped the tea into the Charles River.  We were able to go on to an exact replica of the Eleanor where we got to dump tea into the harbor.  We also got to see a second replica called the Beaver.  This ...

    Brace Yourself!

    A travel blog entry by fgigase on Jan 22, 2014

    15 photos

    ... go out and do something fun. I’m looking forward to our next bonding activity!

    It seems that Martin Luther King day was also considered a perfect opportunity to have meetings, because besides the IA get together from 6-9 pm., I also had a floor meeting scheduled at 9.30 pm. Every floor has its own RA, or Resident Advisor, who keeps an eye on everyone and makes sure that everything goes smoothly. The RA of Welch second floor, Felicia, invited us to come over ...

    Farewell to New England

    A travel blog entry by johnandann on Sep 28, 2013

    1 photo

    ... the towns, roads, and houses were pristine and no signs anywhere. Even real estates when advertising a property used only an A3 landscape sign about 10cm from the ground.

    We were dropped off at the hotel where our luggage was stored and here begins a story and a half! We had 3 small bags in storage, our 2 large bags from the tour, 2 Trafalgar bags we were given, my handbag and John's man bag - ...