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... just about come to the end of our little New England tour and have travelled through 6 states...at the moment we are in Newport, Rhode Island...home to some pretty rich folk and some serious boats!
The weather has been great, blue skies and sunny days so we have been blessed. Back to Boston tomorrow for a week then On to New York...
... the USA, and had a good meal, with one great dish being the lobster macaroni and cheese – who knew? We picked up a couple of bottles of wine on the way home, and parked ourselves in the club's library.
'Would sir like the fire lit?’
'Yes please Zac, and pull the cork on the red while you’re at it? There’s a good chap!”
Louise Vanderbilt and I sat drinking a Cote du Rhone, reading nautical tales of derring-do, by the light of ...
Day 48. Rhode Island When we picked up our car the man behind the counter asked where were going - to see the Autumn fall - why, there are trees outside - exactly, can we go home now. Hum. We went to Plymouth, saw the Mayflower and the Plymouth Rock. Then onto Newport and the Burbankrose Guest House. The guest house is a very old, like very old, the stairs are so steep, ...
... designed houses (some larger than others) all an array of colours, some on quiet back streets and others on the main shore side drag.
There was one area they hadn't yet found however which had been recommended to them by some locals which was the Gingerbread Houses. Apparently these were the main attraction on the island and the sweetest looking houses they would ever ...
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 ...