This is where the Pilgrims left on the Mayflower for America to establish a new Plymouth

The steps at Plymouth harbor where the pilgrims departed back in 1620 Larry is standing on the Mayflower Steps at Plymouth harbor Our hotel for the next two nights, the Plymouth Holiday Inn In Hoe Park across the street from our hotel is another huge ferris wheel
There is also a memorial statue for the Royal Air Force There is also a lighthouse overlooking Plymouth Sound Below the park on the sound is an open fresh water public pool The Royal Citadel built in 1665.  It was the most important English - defense for over 100 years with its 70 foot high walls.
Across Plymouth Sound we see an old castle tower on the hilltop Wednesday, August 24 -- We awake to partly cloudy skies, which is - good, since we're going for a boat ride around Plymouth. Our boat awaits us All aboard! Just after we set sail we pass the Mayflower Steps we saw yesterday.

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