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Jun 29th 2011 10:55AM Plymouth does have more to offer! There is a replica village not far from the "rock" where you can see how the original pilgrims lived. It's fascinating and very rugged. All of the employees are in character and well informed of the history.
The same goes for the Mayflower tour. It's very interesting to learn of the challenges the early pilgrims experienced when they first arrived. It's not a large boat, BTW!
There is also a "ghost" tour through town that was enjoyable. Not a lot of ghosts but the tour takes place in the evening and you get to learn a lot of history of the period.
I suspect that the "rock" is symbolic but it marks the general area where the pilgrims were likely to have come ashore.
Sep 19th 2009 4:21PM I've owned every iPod since the first gen through the touch. I just picked up the Zune HD (the last 32GB in stock at my local Best Buy) and all I have to say is WOW! The form factor is very slick. The screen is amazing. But the biggest surprise moving from the iPod platform, is the Zune software. It completely BLOWS AWAY iTunes. It's visually appealing, intuitive and fun to use. This is not the Microsoft I'm accustomed to. This is like meeting bizzaro Microsoft. They appear to have done something very right for a chance. Kudos.
I've also found myself using the HD radio quite a bit during my workouts. My car does not support HD radio so this is my first experience with it and I love it. No hiss, extremely clear audio and additional "subchannels". Neat!
And Zune Pass is remarkable! This is the way music was meant to be consumed!
After the two previous lame Zune's I'm very, very pleasantly surprised.