A White Swan Bed and Breakfast
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... and were not so gruesome. We noticed that many people died young.
Next we stopped at the Omni Parker House Hotel where the Boston Cream Pie and Parker House Rolls were invented. We indulged in a tiny cupcake sized Boston cream pie and some warm hot chocolate. The cake (pie) was very nice and it was pleasant to get out of the rain for a few minutes. Across the street is Boston Latin School (1635), the first public school in America. ...
... we stopped at two different homesites. The first being the Wampanoag Homesite. The homesite was a re-creation of Habbamock, a Pokonoket man who lived in Patuxet/Plymouth Colony in the 1620s. Patuxet means, "place of the little water falls." We were fortunate enough later in our day to take a tour of Plymouth City with a Native American Historian who took us to the location that the Native Americans named the land after. While at the Wampanoag Homesite we were able to see ...
A day of travel as we say goodbye to the Mid-West and fly out of Denver and arrive back in Boston. It's the Labor Day weekend holiday and the flight s full, the airport busy and the car hire companies are out of cars. After landing at 6pm we are not on the road south till 7:20, I drive the 40+ miles to Plymouth part of the Cape Cod area. This is where the Pilgrim Fathers landed in 1620. 102 settlers established ...
... Ed. Look, there’s a sign pointing to the National Monument to the Forefathers. Let’s have a look!"
What a surprise to encounter the largest solid-granite monument in the United States hidden down a side street. Other than a brief visit by the Gray Line bus, we are the ...
... original Mayflower and how they built this boat and actually sailed it from England to Plymouth and it has been out on other voyages too. It was definitely tight and I couldn’t imagine being 1 of the 103 passengers on the boat. When we were heading out of the Mayflower II to check out the gift shops we happened to see a bus driver getting out of a bus. Jared and I definitely think it was my cousin Jamie’s bus driver for her ...