Residence Inn New Bedford Dartmouth
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Okay so you can't go by Plymouth without stopping in to see where the first people stepped when arriving in the US off the Mayflower. Took some pictures of the replica of the Mayflower and also the Plymouth Rock Memorial... don't know if this was the actual rock or not but I touched it virtually in my pictures. We were on our way through to Cape Cod... nice little ...
... something right if in a little over a month, I can make that big of an impression. I am honored to have that responsibility.
I headed out to camera two with our new cameraman. He is not new to touring, but he has never done video before. I went ahead and showed him how to get his camera to be comfortable for him, as well as how to operate the basic functions (zoom, focus, talking to the director, etc.). Once he was set, I went to grab a bite to eat. Next up is show ...
... what your stop looks like! So I guess I was clearly just very excited to see and explore Newport because that is exactly where I was headed! I stayed on the coach which thankfully brought me into the Neeport transport hub and then got to know the local transport systems before heading right back up the way I came to get back to Portsmouth, openly this time I was ready- watching my current location in the map app I was ready to pounce and request a stop as soon as we reached a ...
... where on crossing the road we came across someone giving out free ice-creams. They went down an absolute treat. We then headed down to Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace where we sat on benches in the shade and ate our lunch. Everyone was wilting from the heat. Afterwards we headed through Blackstone Block and the Holocaust Memorial past Ebenezer Hancock House and the oldest tavern in Boston The Bell in Hand ...
... had a quick stop at the arcade before hitting dunken donuts. I got a frozen hot chocolate - didn't know that was even possible! Hahaaa We had a quick stop at the carasel before going back to our meeting place and lining up our girls. Once everyone had arrived 3 yellow school buses pulled up filled with blue and gold, with the B and Gs in them blowing whistles - they were breaking colour war at the beach!! As ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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