Hilton Garden Inn Plymouth
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- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... the border into Massachusetts. The New England scenery continues to captivate us as we drive along.
This is another really picturesque area to visit. The thing that you notice immediately is the number of Cranberry Bogs in the area. There are acres and acres of them.
are the number one agriculture commodity of Massachusetts. They are mainly grown in the Cape
... pulpit and pews were used as firewood and the library was used as kindling. Why do invaders behave so badly? Have we learned any lessons?
Next we went to the Old State House Museum which also costs to explore. It is supposed to be the best one to spend your money on but we again chose to keep going as the rain seemed to be abating just then and we didn't want to waste the improving weather indoors. This is the oldest surviving ...
... settlers children. Women had the right to marry whom they chose. Women were usually farmers and gathers while the men did the hunting. Homes were constructed by both women and men. We then made our way to the Fort/Meetinghouse and17 th-Century English Village. Welcome to the year 1627! The establishment was build seven years after the arrival of the Pilgrims on the Mayflower. We learned that the Pilgrims did not leave England for religious freedoms. They ...
... in exactly one hour, I guess I will have to get to the D'Orsay the NEXT time I come to Paris, which I hope will not be terribly long from now. In the meantime, I was famished. Grabbing food for one hour was quickly decided. I walked down to the fountain de St. Michel, and grabbed a seat at a cafe for a vin, and ordered an impressive cheese platter. Soon the new friend joined me with the baby, we had one more vin, and then we strolled around enjoying the day. We grabbed ...
... and restaurants. We did stop at one cafe called The Optimist Cafe which was the home of an old sailor in the 1800s that had been transformed into a cafe. We made a quick stop at the popular Sandy Beach a few miles south of Provincetown. It was short lived due to drizzling rain and the freezing water, but that didn't discourage the New England natives from packing the beach. Once we arrived in Provincetown we enjoyed some delicious oysters, clams, and Boston Lager beers at a ...