Artful Lodger Inn

503 Spring St., Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States | 3 star b&b
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    Oboe1dalton

    A travel blog entry by may3cattle on Sep 24, 2014

    ... to the dealing with from a gigantic wide variety of I/O alerts. Like uses may very well be, to illustrate, robotics or clinical units, which uncovered the potential for physical problems for operators or people, correspondingly, in case of genuine failures. Additionally there is the interest of personal losses while having down time in the event of formation machinery. In either case, an expensive degree of trustworthiness is of ...

    Back in the U.S.!!! Seeing friends old and new

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... hosts that they were very accepting of my need to take a break.

    40 minutes later, I was back and ready to enjoy the company of great friends and their amazing meal that obviously took a lot of time to plan, prepare and serve. I was able to enjoy the remainder of the meal with full consciousness and appreciation. Brian on the other hand, had a cat nap before the dessert course. ;-)
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    Newport, Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... 1600's. Then we drove past lots of mansions along the way. Newport was where the Vanderbilts, Rockerfellers, etc. built their 'cottages' which were actually mansions! Had lunch at Black Pearl on the Harbor. Then walked along Cliff Walks behind the mansions. The ocean is so clear that you can see the rocks ...

    A Couple More Lighthouses and the RI Coastline

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... half of the tower is painted brown and the lower half white to make the light structure a more effective day mark for maritime traffic. In 1871, ship captains asked that Point Judith's fog signal be changed from a horn to whistle. This change distinguished the Point Judith light from the Beavertail Lighthouse, which used a siren to announce fog. A whistle could also be heard more distinctly over the sounds of the surf in the area. Point ...

    Martha's Vineyard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... and the masses need to be told.

    We awoke feeling much better on Thursday and headed to the Cliff Walk. This is basically a sanctioned 3.5 mile sticky beak with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and huge mansions aligning the cliff face on the other.

    Most of these mansions were constructed in the so called Gilded Age of 1880 to 1920. A period when Newport was at the height of its industrial wealth. As well as being a favourite summer locale for ...