Hilton Garden Inn Plymouth

4 Home Depot Drive, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 Home Depot Drive, Plymouth, is near Jenney Grist Mill, Hoxie House, Richard Sparrow House, and Jabez Howland House.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    Drip Drip! Splash Splash!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 28, 2014

    42 photos

    ... three years they make their way from the sea up the streams to begin spawning. They fight against the current to make this difficult journey. Last year the herring fish had a difficult time with the journey and over 100 volunteers with buckets, scooped the herring fish up, and carried them past the stream where the Grist Mill is located. In August they will be removing a section of the dam used at the Grist Mill to help the herring fish be able to naturally make the journey ...

    Back Home Again

    A travel blog entry by oslernztrip on Mar 29, 2013

    1 photo

    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 not yet closed the door. He was okay, eventually, but had banged his head pretty hard).

    As we approached Boston just as the night was turning ...

    Plimoth Plantation and The Mayflower II

    A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on May 24, 2012

    1 comment, 45 photos

    ... also have a traditional Wampanoag village, which was the tribe in the area when the settlers arrived. They do not act as if they are 17th Century but they continue in their traditional dress and crafts and answer any questions one may have about their traditions and their way of life.
    Then there is the Mayflower II, a recreation of the original Mayflower based on the original plans and made ...


    A travel blog entry by aborder on Jul 01, 2011

    10 photos

    ... been there ten minutes. Now, I blame the poor overarm technique from the coach who was pitching. His own team mates cheered him on, even David went out to help the little guy with his batting stance. It was painful to watch after a few minutes, let alone ten minutes. The comparison, would be someone who can't time kicking a football. But all credit to the young lad, he stood there, took pitch after pitch, and eventually he hit one!! It was fun ...

    I wannaaa know your nameee (8)

    A travel blog entry by vickymack on Jun 23, 2011


    ... the american councellors started to arrive, it was the scariest thing ever! Cause they have all been at camp before so they all know each other and kind of just ignore the international staff! Ive been introducing myself to anyone who will listen, but they kinda just stick in their little groups.

    All of us who were here already have been split up into different bunks and were added to a group of like 12 americans! Scaaaary stuff :P

    We ...