Bradford Inn & Suites

Address: 98 Water Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 98 Water Street, Plymouth, is near Plymouth Rock, Mayflower Society House and Library, Pilgrim Path, and Back Roads of the South Shore.
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      Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

      29 photos

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      We decided that we wanted to walk the Freedom Trail which is a 2 1/2 mile path that goes by 16 significant landmarks in the city center important in American history. The way is marked by a red brick path (or a painted red line) and weaves through Boston. We rode the subway to Park Station (Boston Commons) where the Freedom Trail starts. The T was having some repairs done on the line and so everyone had to disembark at this stop ...


      A travel blog entry by nodak on Oct 05, 2014

      8 photos

      ... from history classes about the pilgrims "leasing" the Mayflower! Also, I didn't remember that there were 102 pilgrims and 45 died the first winter. The museum also included actual items that were on the Mayflower. One could spend more time than we had learning about the Pilgrims' struggle to make it a go in their new home. It was very informative and well-done. Then we were off to our final destination - Boston.


      Make Way For Ducklings

      A travel blog entry by sam_i_am on May 17, 2014

      3 comments, 40 photos

      ... January 1919, a wave of molasses swept through part of the city at 35 mph. It is now known as the Boston Molassacre. Also, something to think about the next time someone says the phrase 'slower than molasses in January'.

      5) Men from Scotland give great advice.

      Read the picture captions for more information on what I saw today; somebody (*cough* Mom *cough*) is telling me to hurry it up with the posting, so I gotta go.

      Talk at you guys later!


      Meeting up with the Fleetwoods

      A travel blog entry by heidiskinner73 on Dec 19, 2013

      46 photos

      ... First stop was the duck tour. Not the cute, isn't it adorable kind of duck rather the amphibious vehicle type of duck. It took us around the harbour explaining the history of Boston and how much of it is built on reclaimed land...interesting. As the tour came to an end and our guide and captain thanked us and hoped we had enjoyed the tour they reminded us of their names but said if we hadn't enjoyed it their names were something or other else, ah too funny those ...

      "I close my eyes and I drift away..."

      A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Sep 05, 2013

      ... Only 44m! I was thinking it was at least half of them! And all of Boston. I don't think I've see one bar that isn't Irish since I've been here. In the evening I went out on a hostel organised drinking thing. Grey, the Swiss guy from Chicago turned up which was cool. He came straight here from Boston, but not straight to the hostel. He'd been staying somewhere out by the airport which didn't sound like fun. He's going to NY tomorrow, and it looks like he may even be on the ...