Blue Spruce Motel

Address: Route 3A, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located on Route 3A, Plymouth, is near Pinehills Golf Club, Waverly Oaks Golf Club, Brown's Bank, and Hobbamock's Homesite.
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    Travel Blogs from Plymouth

    Fahrt von Plymouth nach Marblehead

    A travel blog entry by lisamark2014 on Sep 20, 2014

    8 photos

    Nach einem sehr leckeren Frühstück in Plymouth im Blue Spruce Motel und Lodges sind wir nach Boston aufgebrochen.

    Chapter 32 The Rock of a Nation

    A travel blog entry by romabeach on Apr 27, 2015

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... from our Park. This place …Plymouth; landing point of the Pilgrims in 1620 from the Mayflower.

    The "Rock" itself is fairly non-descript but the history it portrays has been written about by many and is etched into the history of America forever.

    It is placed beneath a portico and is a major stop for all those visiting Plymouth.

    I had mentioned that the area experienced a record snow ...

    Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

    29 photos

    ... that is a grasshopper. It is said to be a copy of the one in London's Royal Exchange where Peter Faneuil was member. Stories are told that during the War of 1812 suspicious people were quizzed about what was on top of Faneuil Hall. Since all Bostonians knew it was a grasshopper an incorrect answer outed you as a spy. In front of the Hall was a busker that was playing his "drums" and was quite good. The marketplace was packed with people and ...

    Drip Drip! Splash Splash!

    A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 28, 2014

    42 photos

    ... warm. The Mayflower stayed docked about a mile off the harbor. The Pilgrims used smaller vessels to travel from boat to land. We learned that the docks are kept wet to keep the wood from splitting from the sun’s heat. Rarely did the Pilgrims receive warm meals while on the voyage. After about 45 minutes of rocking on the sea, it was time to get our feet back on solid land! We ventured to the Grist Mill and learned how they used hydro power to turn the mill. A Grist Mill ...

    Plimoth Plantation

    A travel blog entry by mitchell-family on Jun 13, 2013

    2 comments, 3 photos

    ... there. They all were in character, accent included, and we could ask them tons of questions and they would answer as if the present was the 1600s. I asked one man if the kids had shoes and he said he was not aware that goats wore shoes. Apparently our meaning of kids was not in their vernacular. In one of the houses there was a family of 5 sitting around the table eating an actual meal they had prepared over the open flame ...