After two short morning visits in the cities Concord and Manchester (New Hampshire), I continued my journey south of Boston in Plymouth and the Plimoth Plantation. Highlights were of course the replica of the Mayflower and the open-air museum of the first settlement of the “pilgrim fathers”.nued


Next target was Cape Cod, a peninsula shaped like a mirrored
“L” that is a frequent leisure and vacation area as well as number one Cranberry producing region. After a stop at the Heritage Museum and Garden near Sandwich, I followed the route on the peninsula until the end near Provincetown. Driving took much longer than expected, so I had to quit the last third of the tour when it got dark. Besides the usual sightseeing while driving, I stopped at Pilgrims Heights, Provincetown centre, Marconi Beach and Nauset Lighthouse.

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