Hampton Inn & Suites Plymouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... buses if they needed to go further down the line. The subway train operator announced this at every stop from the very beginning. We knew we would all have to get out. As soon as the subway stopped, a large man with an orange vest comes on and starts yelling at everyone to get off. It was just like in a movie. The guy was loud brash and rude and talked with an "ah' " Like, "Everybodies gots to get ahff the train cah. Go to the waitin' buses ...
... green on grass. The dogs were calm and gentle the entire time. (Such a proud mama).
Our entry into the park started with a 15 minute video about the natives and the pilgrims. How they did or did not get along, their customs, etc., then you are on your own. The entire park is open for exploration and the people that work there are character actors that dress, speak, and act like they did in the 1600's. You can touch everything, and in fact, they encourage you to ...
... local Wampanoag natives called it Patuxet. We toured the Plimoth Plantation, a recreation of the original settlement and also a native homesite. It features locals dressed in period costume and speaking as 17th century English. They professed no knowledge of anything beyond "their" times. Very cool. W e missed the Nye Barn which had heritage breeds of the animals the Pilgrims had. Sad, because I know how hard it is to find a good Gravenstein ...
... shop. The woman ran down a list of common girls names, but figured "mary" would be the most appropriate.
Jake was in heaven at the gift shop, because 16th century pirate lore is his deal right now. He used all of his souvenir money for an inkwell, ink, quill pen, and a wax and seal set.
Then we took a tour of the Mayflower II (recreated and actually sailed from England to the US ...
... all that interested in pretending it was 1624. He didn't step out of role, wasn't listening to a iPod or anything ... he just didn't insist on bringing up what year it was.
By the end, we were very cold, and it was time to head into town. We checked into the hotel at the airport, then walked to Legal Seafoods for dinner. Back to the hotel so that we did a full circuit around the airport. To bed, since we have a very early flight tomorrow.