Travel Blogs from Plymouth, United States

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A travel blog entry by oslernztrip

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Bigger is more expensive, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Bigger is more expensive

A travel blog entry by kaitlinsullivan

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Finished packing Friday before I left... Me and my mother were able to pack all my belongings in 1 large suitcase, a backpack, and a large purse. Unfortunately for us we didn't realize how expensive the over-sized luggage fee was.  My bag came out ...

Testing out travelpod.com!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Testing out travelpod.com!

A travel blog entry by yankeann

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Hi friends! I don't leave for my trip until July 1, but I just wanted to write a quick post and add a picture to see how this website works! I've used other blog websites before, but wanted to try something new, so I googled blog websites that are ...

Nuclearer submarines to the Pilgrims Landing, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Nuclearer submarines to the Pilgrims Landing

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad

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... where I can move around in less than 6 square feet of space.  I think I take living on land. now to Plymouth Rock.  It was a disappointment of every kind.  Very commercialized, lots of touristy activities of which We did not partake ...

Back to the Beyond, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Back to the Beyond

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... 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 ...

Best day so far!!!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Best day so far!!!

A travel blog entry by mikenda

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LOVED today!!! Love, Love, Loved!! We loaded up the dogs in the Jeep and headed out toward Plymouth.  We were told that as long as the girls were "Guide dogs" they could come in. Apparently they have never met Dasher. "Oh yeah, they are guide dogs. ...

Lock and Dam No. 15, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Lock and Dam No. 15

A travel blog entry by teetravels

... Michigan and were finally on home turf. We were arriving much later than we had hoped, so we stayed overnight with some cousins in Plymouth before heading home the next day. All in all, it was a fantastic trip. There is so much beauty in our country, and ...

Exzhausted!!!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Exzhausted!!!

A travel blog entry by kpaldcroft

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Really busy day today. The two of us got up early and headed out for a walk along the waterfront, thinking maybe we could get some brekkie somewhere, but it was a bit early and nothing was opened, so we ended up going back to the restaurant at the hotel. ...

Washington We are Here!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Washington We are Here!

A travel blog entry by jscarbrough

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They are in Washington as of 11:47am.....the LAST state!!!! Only 250 miles left on the ...

Final tastings, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Final tastings

A travel blog entry by dlmnimrod

Only visited 3 wineries today. I'm done with that for a while!  Scott Harvey winery was fun. Good wines and food. Liked to talk to Scott about his business. It really was a bittersweet time without mom.  Missed her presence so. But I have to ...

HOMEEE!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

HOMEEE!

A travel blog entry by adowning

And here we are! We managed to get back to Plymouth a little after midnight, and after a nice shower to clean away the 24+ hours of travel and a quick snack it is time for bed. With little to no sleep in the past 30 hours the bed is extremely welcoming. ...

First Full Week Teaching, Plymouth, United States travel blog

First Full Week Teaching

A travel blog entry by stephaniewilkie

On Monday, my group from Malaysia met at the Women's and Genders Studies Conference at King's College to present about Girl Power.  We told about our experience running the program and the crowd had some amazing questions about the reactions and the ...

BEAU-TI-FUL, Plymouth, United States travel blog

BEAU-TI-FUL

A travel blog entry by smiley5041

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Some of the most beautiful mountains I've ever seen...magestic. I hightly recomend visiting Utah, anywhere in ...

Plymouth, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Plymouth

A travel blog entry by czamba

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Molto bello, praticamente solo turisti americani; dopo NYC dove si parlava spagnolo un po' di incomprensibile ...

New England Ahoy!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

New England Ahoy!

A travel blog entry by khaira

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... Anyway.... The freeway narrowed to a 2 lane state highway and the last 18 miles passed by like slow molasses. Eventually we made Plymouth by 630 pm and found the Hampton Inn. Ahhh now compared to the Times Square Sheraton this was heavan. Plus 1/3 ...

WOW!  What a system!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

WOW! What a system!

A travel blog entry by theskinners

I feel I need to share this story just in case you need to get a passport on the fly. So we all know it is taking FOREVER to get passports by mail.  Steve and I are leaving for the UK, Netherlands and Hungary on July 28th.  I realize on, ...

South Africa, Plymouth, United States travel blog

South Africa

A travel blog entry by norahgrabinski

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South Africa is very big. It has many things there, like with Families. Families are not very good in south africa. Some families only have two-three people, but they don't mind it. Another thing is, the houing, people don't have houses like you and me. ...

Back Home Again, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Back Home Again

A travel blog entry by oslernztrip

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Our fully booked flight from LAX to Boston on American went off without a hitch.  Another chance to be two sardines among hundreds (including a young man across from me who fainted right into the onboard toilet room just after I had entered it but ...

Slow Week at WVW, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Slow Week at WVW

A travel blog entry by stephaniewilkie

This week seemed to drag a bit.  We continued reading the novel and the play and the classes went well.  The students seem bored with the book, but I have been trying different strategies to help them cope.  I tried some group assignments, ...

The Main Drag (Queen ?), Plymouth, United States travel blog

The Main Drag (Queen ?)

A travel blog entry by eightydaze

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...  fabulous views from the top of the tower and it was a pretty clear evening so we were able to see Plymouth.   After descending the tower we went back down to the main drag to find men in their underwear and cowboy ...

On to Plymouth, Massachussetts, Plymouth, United States travel blog

On to Plymouth, Massachussetts

A travel blog entry by mtbrown

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We decided to spend a second night in Secaucus and get an early start for Plymouth, because I suspected the Google estimate for the trip to Plymouth (without traffic) would suffer the same fate as the estimate for the trip to New York.  And I was ...

TRavel to Shawme State Park, Plymouth, United States travel blog

TRavel to Shawme State Park

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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-          Rain stops and it is MUGGY as Karen sets out to shop.. I hang around the MH and Karen is done in a few hours as the deals are not that great! -          We ...

Tour plymouth, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Tour plymouth

A travel blog entry by karengilmore

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... and right near the shower house! -          Head out to visit Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth (yes that is spelled right). It is a recreation of a 1627 Indian village and dutch pilgrim fort/village. There are ...

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A travel blog entry by stuartsinclair

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Plimoth Plantation--A story of Two Cultures, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Plimoth Plantation--A story of Two Cultures

A travel blog entry by calthoff

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Today we visited Plimoth Plantation where students met people from the Wampanoag tribe and colonists from the Plimoth settlement.  We also boarded the Mayflower II to experience what life was like on the Pilgrims' voyage to the New World.  ...

Patriots & Pilgrims!, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Patriots & Pilgrims!

A travel blog entry by ellenwillow

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... we had an early night. We took advantage of the communal spa & fireplace for a relaxing evening! Cliche of the day, Plymouth Rock (pebble?). Freebie of the day, Ocean Spray Craisins & Cranergy drinks they were handing out in downtown Plymouth (we ...

Universities, Plymouth and Boston, United States travel blog

Universities

A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran

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... up an Indian encampment and a 17th Century English Village with actors playing the parts of the settlers. We also saw the Plymouth Rock which was entirely underwhelming! Friday dawned stunningly sunny again so making the most of it as rain is forecast ...

Always Last Minute  (Get away day #1), Plymouth, United States travel blog

Always Last Minute (Get away day #1)

A travel blog entry by daringbc

I got up early, early and called to secure my spot on the Munich BMW plant tour for Monday the 14th.  Clothes in dryer were still wet and couldn't be packed.  Started working.  A co-worker kindly translated "I'd like a lawyer" into Dutch ...

Capetown, South Africa, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Capetown, South Africa

A travel blog entry by mschoerner

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South Africa is the richest country in Africa. It is the size of Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma combined. It is full of beautiful savannas and mountains. Families in the rural areas live with there extended family. Their is a lot of crime and ...

Our journey begins, Plymouth, United States travel blog

Our journey begins

A travel blog entry by lbechard

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Left Hyannis by P&B bus full of cape cod tourists on a rainy warm day. Plenty of traffic but we are not stressed because we have allowed extra time. So excited for our ...

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