En route to Cape Code, we'd planned a stop at Plymouth.  In V1 of our trip itinerary, we were due to stay here for a night but when our original tour agent went into liquidation, the replacement couldn't get us anywhere in town to stay, so we had an extra night in Hyannis.  As it turned out, it was probably the right decision since we'd seen both the settlement and the ship in two or three hours.  
Really interesting to see how both the founding fathers and the native Americans lived at that time and as for the ship, I probably wouldn't have wanted to test it on any more than a lake, let alone the Atlantic!
Pilgrims' plantation, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Pilgrims' plantation, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Cooking in a Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Cooking in a Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
And so to bed! Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
And so to bed! Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Basic living, Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Basic living, Pilgrim's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Basic but functional, Pilgrom's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Basic but functional, Pilgrom's House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Pilgrom's workshop, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Pilgrom's workshop, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Native American house, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Native American house, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Inside a Native American House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Inside a Native American House, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Mayflower, Plymouth Massachusetts
Mayflower, Plymouth Massachusetts
Sleeping on the gun deck, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Sleeping on the gun deck, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Crow's Nest, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Crow's Nest, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Captain's Desk, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Captain's Desk, Mayflower, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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