Meadowbrook Bed & Breakfast

Address: 261 Jordan Road, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360-3003, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 261 Jordan Road, Plymouth, is near Pinehills Golf Club, Waverly Oaks Golf Club, Brown's Bank, and Hobbamock's Homesite.
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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

        29 photos

        ... 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 ...

        Forgotten fun facts from high up in the sky

        A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 29, 2014

        3 comments, 3 photos

        ... they used the fish as a food source and were always moving their home base when the soil was no longer full of nutrients. Before settlers came to America there were 100,00 to 140,000 Wampanoag people. Today there are only 5,000-8,000 Wampanoag people left. When the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth, they believed that God has cleared the land for them so they thought they were destined to settle there. There was no mention of Plymouth Rock until 1741, when Thomas Faunts ...

        Plimoth Plantation and The Mayflower II

        A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on May 24, 2012

        1 comment, 45 photos

        If anyone is planing a trip to Boston or to Cape Cod the Plimoth Planation is a must in my eyes. I have been to it before at the age of 9 years and the memory stayed with me vividly. As their brochure states, 'You can't change history, but it can change you'.
        Plimoth Plantation have recreated the 17h Century Village settled by those who travelled to America on the Mayflower. The most famous of the ...

        History coming back to life

        A travel blog entry by nerea on Aug 03, 2011

        Getting from Wellesley to Plymouth takes less than an hour, but it's like getting back in the XVII century. "America's Hometown" nowadays is a lively place with a beautiful beach, plenty of shops and fascinating palaces lining along the shore. But of course, it's better known for being the place where the Pilgrim Fathers landed in 1620: a big rock is still there on the beach, protected and made visible by a ...