Plymouth Rock – It’s a Rock!
Well. I don’t really know what I actually expected. It’s really just a rock. It’s a rock that you are not able to really get near. I still enjoyed looking at Plymouth Rock. The history, however, is vastly more interesting than the sight.
On the positive side, though, I got to spend some time in the town of Plymouth, MA. This town certainly seems to have that quaint historic feel. Walking down Main St., there is definitely a feel of a small town.
East Bay Grille – Food on the Water… When It’s Warmer
I certainly wish it was a little warmer (or a lot warmer, actually). I decided to stop in and have lunch in a nice restaurant, the East Bay Grille. The food was fantastic, though a bit pricey. But I feel that’s the price you pay for fine dining on the waterfront.
The hostess and the waitress I dealt with were both extremely pleasant. Those two alone would make the trip worth it.
They also had an outdoor bar which was, unfortunately, not open. Perhaps that’s a good thing considering how cold it was, but I’m sure during the summer, that place is packed.
Sam Diego’s – Two Floors of Mexican Food and Fun
The night life was almost non-existent. That could be because it was a Monday night in December. I ended up at another restaurant for the night. Sam Diego’s is a Mexican-food restaurant, but what brought me in was that it seemed to be the only “hot spot” in town for the night. Lucky me, I just happened to be in town for karaoke night. It was certainly interesting, but what more can you ask for from a small town. It was a good night, and I think I’m going to try to make some plans to come back in the summer.
I’ve been told that Plymouth is a happening town in the warmer weather. I was also told to head south a little and hit up Cape Cod when it gets warmer. I think my travel plans may have been made for me.