Hampton Inn & Suites Plymouth
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... and the activities listed for tomorrow included ornament making and Christmas Party. I peeked in the activity area and the stockings we hung from the chimney with care and the Christmas tree was ready for the ornaments. I’m bummed. I’m going to miss Christmas, because we’ll be touring Boston with an old friend (but that will be wonderful, ...
... John Hancock, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Sam Adams and Charles Bullfinch all went to school here. In front is a large statue of Ben Franklin and in the same courtyard is a donkey and an explanation about the origin of the donkey and the elephant as symbols of the Republican and Democratic political parties.
Next came the old corner bookstore where works of Dickens, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Tennyson, Hawthorne, Longfellow, ...
... and his extended family lived across the brook on the south side of the Pilgrims’ fortified town. We ventured into one of the bark covered houses to speak to docents in role-play from this era. The materials to build the house come from the nearby swamp. The house his covered with woven bark and if woven correctly the mats can last up to 15 years. Within the home, the room is heated by a small fire. The house is designed in a dome shape to trap the heat. Not all the ...
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 ...
... religious liberty." It's definitely worth seeing!
After a loooooong day of driving, I decided to head up to Maine so I could be there early in the morning. I stopped in Rockport ONE MORE TIME (I told you it's my favorite place in New England!). I was trying to get a few more pictures. There is a woman who owns a house here right on Bearskin Neck and she has all the fantastic colorful buoys outside her ...