Hampton Inn & Suites Plymouth
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... 1950's). How 102 people fit on this one ship is beyond me - I thought our RV was crowded.
It was very cool seeing the actual Plymouth Rock. There is neat trivia here that I did not know about: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plymouth_r ock
Tomorrow, we head to the Big Apple... Hopefully a tour of Ellis Island and Liberty Island. Saturday will be the day we venture into the city. ...
... of the homesite. I think Jim and Jared’s favorite was the burning out of a log to make a canoe. I am pretty sure they want to try to make their own now.
When we finished up there we walked along the Eel River Boardwalk, where we did not see any of the abundant wildlife we were supposed to see. The boardwalk did bring us to the 1627 English Village. Here we met costumed role players, who have taken on the names, viewpoints ...
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 ...
... icebreaker activities in the hall, just like games and stuff, and ellen gave a speech introducing more people! At dinner to make us mingle ellen handed out coloured rings and we were to sit at tables with people with the same coloured ring. I was the only person from the UK :P
At dinner the american intelligence was reviled when one girl asked “ have you ever seen rain before” oh good lord.
After dinner we went to the gym ...
... with one of the Native Americans, who was a true descendant. They all really had a great knowledge of the 17th century, and were able to answer any questions that the kids had. We walked from the Native American site to the Pilgrim site, where there were more actors. It was good, and the girls enjoyed it.
The plantation closed at 5PM, and we were the last ones out at 5:30! We drove back to the KOA and I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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