The Billington Bed and Breakfast

296 Billington Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 2360, United States
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Plymouth Rock--believed to be...

by londonlover

Plymouth Rock--believed to be the rock that the Pilgrims stepped on as they came off the Mayflower to settle America. This little bit is all that's left now, and it's enclosed by a metal fence for protection.

Cannons for protection

by Pawtuxet

Azzie, like most of the young boys, loved the canons. One of the costumed guides told us that the guns were the only thing that separated them from the savages!! We thought that was a pretty outrageous thing to say....probably authentic, tho.

Not exactly off the beaten...

by SMeeds

Not exactly off the beaten path, but not quite on Cape Cod is Plimoth Plantation (http://www.plimoth.org/Museum/museum.htm) , near Plymouth. It's the best historical recreation site I have been to (and I've been to a few). There are two areas: a native American area, where the people dress in theme, but are not in character, and a Pilgrim Fathers area, where they are both in costume and in character. This was particularly interesting for me since I come from Boston, England, where the Pilgrim Fathers were imprisoned before setting off for America. I was able to talk to 'some of the original' Pilgrim Fathers from the Mayflower. We discussed Boston, and the people there. While I wasn't trying to trick them, the staff showed a remarkable background knowledge of the period and of the countries of their 'origin'. I was very impressed.

A familial dispute by your ancestors

by GUYON

Attend a familial dispute in the 1627 village. It is like our good old 21° Century : 'Where have you put the salt ?'. 'I did not touch the salt'. 'I saw you : you always mess with the things of my kitchen.' ' Your kitchen, your kitchen. It is also my kitchen !'

Plymouth Rock

by SteveOSF

It seems as if one of the symbols of American Freedom is in jail! After hearing about Plymouth Rock for so long, I had assumed it was a humongous boulder or a cliff face. I was surprised to see it was far smaller than I imaged.

In 1741 Thomas Faunce, at age 94, pointed out Plymouth Rock to be where his father had told him was where the Pilgrams had landed. This is the first historical reference known about Phymouth Rock. At that time, it was further out in the bay, but was brought inland for a time, before being placed into the tidal zone. A structure was built to surround the rock in the early 20th Century.

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