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Battleship Cove: The World’s Largest Collection of Naval Ships

Battleship Cove is home to the largest collection of US naval ships in the world. This attraction is located in Fall River, Massachusetts, along the Taunton River. If you have ever wanted to explore a historic ship, then here is your chance. You walk both inside and outside the ships at your own pace. Last […]

3 Things to do in Fairhaven, Massachusetts

Fairhaven, Massachusetts, settled in 1659, is a small town located in Bristol County, Massachusetts. Fairhaven shares a harbor with neighboring New Bedford, known for its’ whaling and fishing history. This small, but scenic town, features charming old architecture. Plenty of recreation opportunities exist including the Phoenix Bike Trail, West Island Town Beach, and Fort Phoenix […]

5 things to do in Provincetown, Cape Cod

Provincetown, the furthest town on Cape Cod, is located on the very tip about 2 hours from Boston. This coastal town, also known as P-town by locals, has a year round population of only 3000. Over the summer months, the population soars to over 60,000. This area is rich in history and natural beauty, making […]

Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Boston’s Famous Dining & Shopping Destination

Faneuil Hall is a historic shopping, dining and entertainment marketplace located near the waterfront in Boston, Massachusetts. There are 14 different restaurants and pubs, including the popular “Cheers” Restaurant/Pub from the TV show, Hard Rock Cafe Boston, and many other themed and/or seafood restaurants.  The Quincy Market Colonnade features over 36 international food vendors, making […]

Pilgrim Memorial State Park & the Plymouth Waterfront

Last weekend, my bf and I decided to take a drive over to Plymouth, Massachusetts for a stroll along the waterfront. This was our first time back in several years, so we decided to head over to Plymouth Rock and take a few updated pictures. Unfortunately, the Mayflower II replica is currently undergoing repairs. Plymouth […]

Plymouth’s Historic Burial Hill: History & Beauty Rolled into One

Old Burial Hill is a historic cemetery located in Plymouth, Massachusetts with gravestones dating back to the 1600’s. It is the final resting place of several Pilgrims, including Governor William Bradford and Mary Allerton, the last surviving passenger of the Mayflower. It is located on Leyden Street, which is the oldest street in Plymouth and […]



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