Bradford Inn & Suites
Travel Blogs from Plymouth
... ponds, baseball diamonds, and a miniature golf course. Our first night was spent eating, playing card games, and enjoying some beers after a long days drive.
The next morning we headed off for the town of Provincetown which is the city on the tip of Cape Cod. The drive in itself was one the highlights of the day as we passed through various small towns. They all shared aspects in common, such as, the wrap around porches on all of the houses, the unique antique shops, and ...
We had a nice dinner and then
talked Jacko into a game of Bingo. He was not happy about it (not a lover of
Bingo), but one game turned into a whole show as all the entertainers came out,
introduced themselves and put on a bit of a performance. We then did four laps
around the deck (that’s one mile) and turned in for the night. Big day. Off to Bar Harbour
tomorrow arriving at 7am. Looking forward to it.
... The most moving must be that of the Native American Chief Massasoit who unknowingly welcomed the settlers and helped them to survive throughout their first year. The nearby plaque “Day of Mourning” shows us that this day in 1620 was the beginning of the end for Native Americans.
... Massacre site, Fenuil Hall (which i think is just an old building) up up towards the USS Constitution and Bunker's Hill. Whilst at the marketplace by Fenuil Hall I watched the 'Annual Street Performer's Audiions.' Yup, they make them audition her. Possibly something worth introducing back home, spare us the truble of the 45th rendition of Careless Whisper on the sax outside Marks and Spencer.
When i had finished I headed back to the hostel as I had agreed to meet ...
... It was once the 8th largest hotel in the world and had 1300 guest suites! Jac and I scored a king sized bed each! It was well above our budget, so we vowed to find something cheaper for the next couple of nights.
Once settled in, we walked across Boston Public Garden (America's first botanical garden) to check out what was ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed