A White Swan Bed and Breakfast
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... a Fleetwood Mac in concert that night. We were surely tempted to get tickets, but the cost for the cheapest seats left were $201.00 each plus tax and fees. Nope. Not going to happen on our budget. We again started our morning at the Lowe's and Ted finished his business.
We had lunch headed out to the Cape Cod shore to see more. Being a Friday afternoon it was much busier than yesterday. We stopped at a visitor center and got ...
... including the British Shop, full of teas and shortbread.
At 9.30 we went in to the Pilgrim's Hall museum. Here were displays on the history of the Pilgrim Fathers and Plymouth, and some amazing things associated with them - carved chairs, a woven crib, a beaver hat. One of the paintings was the Mayflower in Dartmouth! Bought postcards and a print in the giftshop. We drove on and parked on the seafront to look at Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower.
Headed south and bought ...
... Our last adventure was with a Native American who told the story of Plymouth through their perspective. We learned about their leader Massasoit and how he made a treaty with the Pilgrims. We heard stories of how the Native Americans were treated and saw sections of Plymouth where the Wampanoag people lived. One location we stopped at was the Namasket Trail which later became known as the Pilgrim’s Path. This path has been documented three times and tells how ...
... well...that may be too strong of a word, but im disappointed nontheless. Oh well, another time perhaps. I am typing this as i sit in a laundry mat washing clothes from week one. I dont think ive ever used a laundry m at. It does afford me time to write in our blog, plus a little solitude for a few minutes. Well, heres the part where i tell you thar although we had a wonderful time today, i dont have hardly any pictures to show for ...
... class neighbourhoods and warehouse areas, totally missing the historical core. Surprisingly we note Portuguese signs and restaurants on all sides, but decide we need to get back to Whitinsville before it gets dark.
This evening we all enjoy dinner at Brian’s Restaurant in nearby ...