Perhaps the most famous attraction in Plymouth is Plymouth rock. It's housed inside this neo-classical temple thingy. They have to keep it in a pit because folks were carrying off chunks of it.
You file into the little temple and look down into the pit, and there it is. Pretty exciting.This is the Mayflower II, a replica of the original Mayflower. That's one tiny little ship (use Malachy for scale:). Can you imagine 102 people living on this thing?
The second story of Mama Mia's has large windows on three sides so that you can look out over the water. The first time I ate here was in January, 1998. The view was gloomy (gray sky, gray Atlantic) and the food was gross. This time the view was lovely but the food was still gross.