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arriving before 9am and getting a great spot close by for the RV. We
walked a couple of minutes to Plymouth Rock which is a small boulder
measuring about 1.5m long by 1m wide. The rock the residents of the
Mayflower apparently stepped onto when they landed in USA. Mixed
stories about whether this is actually true.
Then along the waterfront to Mayflower
II, a replica of the boat which left Plymouth in England with ...
... maybe more if you like to read all the background and interact with the actors and ask them questions. Throughout the day, all of the actor/guides stayed in character. I liked seeing and hearing the characters speak and answer questions about what pilgrim like is like. Dave thought it was hokey.
After walking all day for the past two days, our legs were throbbing, yet we are eager to continue our ...
... is open to the public.
As fate would have it, we complete our tour just in time to take the Ranger-led tour of the Three Sisters Lighthouses. These lighthouses were replaced in the 1920's by the current Nauset Light which is still in operation today. The Three Sisters can have been preserved in a clearing near the Nauset Light. Our guide is Robert Duval ...
Pam took us all over the Cape. We visited various spots illustrated in the photos on the way to Provincetown on the tip of the Cape.
Provincetown is a very colourful place, very touristy and lots of cute shops. Homemade fudge shops and vintage shops. Colourful people too.
We went whale watching with Pam to see the Humpack whales and were rewarded far more than we expected. The ...
... his steak be grilled rather than done as Jennifer was trying out. Fortunately Jennifer’s strong-willed enough to continue as she wanted, and as he admitted enjoying the beef I appreciated the company of the cantankerous, but funny with it, man, even if he wouldn’t let anybody else get a look-in at the iPod playlist. In fairness, he introduced me to songs I’d never heard before, and whilst most were good, one was ‘We Are ...