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... green suburb, so we stopped for coffee and our grocery shopping.
We had a good “rude New Yorker” experience as we tried to stop in at a manor house once owned by the Guggenheims. We drove up to the booth.. no one was immediately present but as I looked in an older woman scowls back as if to say whaddya bawthering me for? She was dressed in civvies, so was probably a volunteer. She gets up and looks at our van, and sees the bikes on the back, ...
... north it cleared and the sun sort of came out. It was chilly though.
We drove up Route 1 thru Narragansett and saw the remains of the casino - apparently it was once quite a destination until a storm took out most of it. We ended up in a little mom and pop hotel.
We've really been looking forward to seafood. We stopped in a little place in Connecticut for lunch....it ...
... the Breakers – home of the Vanderbilts – and numerous other massive homes. So we walked down to the bus station and hopped on that. We weren’t sure we’d have enough time to get off and do a bit of the cliff walk so we just did the return trip on the bus. But it still gave us a pretty good look at some of these amazing homes.
When we got back to the wharf there was a huge long line for the tender back so ...
... to Deck 6 for a few laps. Once again as long as I keep going so does Craig – so we did six laps today and would you believe he’s almost starting to be grateful to me for 'encouraging’ him to walk. I won’t let him have a lunchtime beer till we’ve walked! How mean am I?
Time for a posh coffee to into the Explorations Lounge and enjoyed a nice latte and then up to the Lido deck for a seat in the ...
Wow, what a town! History, beauty, riches all for your partaking. And no wonder this place is noted for sailing as it's surrounded by water. The super rich flocked here in the 1800s and built lavish, huge summer homes. today we picked one of many we could have toured, Cornilus Vanderbilt's The Breakers. At over 300,000 sq. ft. It ...