Another daytrip I took during last week’s vacation was to one of the oldest towns in the United States: Plymouth, Massachusetts. I live maybe an hour from Plymouth, but before last week’s trip I hadn’t been there in about 15 years! So, one of my best friends acted as “tour guide,” and we spent a few hours around the city’s downtown and waterfront district.
One pleasant surprise during this trip was Brewster Gardens, a small park on Water Street that combines urban environmental restoration with tributes to Plymouth’s history. This breath of fresh air and quiet was a lovely reprieve from the city’s busy streets, and I took a few pictures of my favorite spots there. Enjoy!
As for the first photo below… if you’re familiar with early American history, you’ll recognize it right away! 😉
Like with the Heritage Gardens post, feel free to click any of the photos for a larger view.
Have you ever visited Plymouth, Massachusetts? What quiet, unexpected nooks have you found in cities and urban areas? Share your answers in the Comments section below.