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It is perhaps the most well-known steps in the history of the Mayflower Steps are at long last been unearthed in a surprising, yet a little bit cheeky and location in the context of a women’s restroom in an English-style pub.
A set of steps built in Plymouth in 1934, and it is the place where the Pilgrims are said to have left England on the Mayflower in 1620 to settle in North America. However, one local landlord says that’s the actual location of the action is, not where the tourists line up every year, but, rather, under the Admiral MacBride pub, just a few feet away, reports SWNS.
According to the legend, this is the home of the Mayflower Steps,” the Admiral MacBride, the head chef, Ollie Marshall, said in a commentary that has been acquired by SWNS. “The building was placed on the top of the more than 300 years ago, and they were right under the women of the men’s room.”
In the ladies ‘ toilets at the Admiral Macbride pub in the Barbican in Plymouth, Devon, which is where the Pilgrim fathers left for America. (Credit: SWNS)
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Marshall added that he knows the father will be “very good” in view of the fact that he has been drinking it for the “best in 20 years.”
“It is well known that the original Pilgrim Father’s steps into the ladies’ toilets,” Marshall continued. “I still don’t really have an invitation to go and see them yet, but I know they are out there. It’s one of those things, it’s a story, or a part of the legend that’s never gone, so that people do mention it, and you’ll hear about it from time to time.”
The Admiral Macbride pub in the Barbican in Plymouth, Devon, where the ladies ‘ lavatories were built on the very spot where the Pilgrim fathers left for America. (Credit: SWNS)
A Florida resident, and it Was the Pope who was visiting Plymouth for a week, he said that he knew about the steps and to the bathroom, and after doing a little research.
“I knew that there was a lot of damage to the [world War ii] the bombing, and I know that for more than 400 years, a lot of stuff to move, so it wasn’t a shock,” Pope said. “But it would be interesting to see if there was ever an opportunity, in order to remove them and put them back.”
Marshall said it’s nice to know that it is so close to the historic area.
The famous steps at Plymouth, where the Pilgrim Fathers left England aboard the Mayflower in 1620, before crossing the Atlantic to settle in North America. Every year, thousands of tourists — most of US flock to the city to follow in the footsteps of the famous pioneers. However, a local landlord, said that the holiday-makers, and historians, are in fact, a visit to the wrong place. (Credit: SWNS)
“It’s nice to know that I’m not too far away from them, and in a strange way in which they are preserved, they are in what is now the floor tiles and in toilets,” Marshall said.
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