Above the Bay at Thornton Adams Bed and Breakfast
73C Warren Ave., Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States
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Located off Rt. 3 at Exit 10.
Travel Tips for Plymouth
May Flower II
To visit the May Flower II only : 8$, May Flower + Plimoth Plantation : 22$, Plimoth Plantation only : 20$ - Open : 9:00AM to 5:00PM Plymouth is at 1 hour South of Boston. The May Flower II is in the harbor. The Plantation is at few miles by the Plimoth Plantation Highway.
The Plimoth Plantation...
Visit the Plimoth Plantation (the Pilgrim Village) as it was in 1627. The settlers are installed in their new life and have good relationship with their indian neighbors. The mainstreet on the photograph.
Nobska Beach doesn’t have loads of conveniences, but it is one of many wonderful pieces of coast in this neighborhood. The way the water touches the pretty Massachusetts seaboard is a view worth seeing. Stopping by the beach is always a cool thing to do, and Nobska Beach in Barnstable County, Massachusetts is just the place. The close by rooms are fairly far away from the beach, and if you make reservations before you go you're all set. In case you come to this segment of shoreline, you will enjoy yourself for certain. Outdoors recreation is abundant; some of
the amusing things you can do are golfing, fishing, swimming, and boating, so you won't lack amusing things to do.
Herbs and vegetables are grown in raised beds....sea shells mixed in to provide lime..a little sand for drainage. Seeing this village in the fall is so perfect, just before Thanksgiving. . just around harvest time.
The statue of Massasoit
If you're too preoccupied with the Plymouth Rock, you may miss this sweet statue of Massasoit on the hill almost opposite the Rock. He is standing alone there overlooking the Plymouth harbor... Massasoit was Chief of the Wampanoag Indians who helped the the European newcomers survive the first winter (the Pilgrim Fathers landed in Northern America in December 1620) and then taught them to grow corn and make flour of it.
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