Blueberry Pointe on the Lake

Address: 115 Sand Dam Road, Chepachet, Rhode Island, 02814, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Chepachet

T (minus) 4 Days - Thoughts

A travel blog entry by erinbutler on Jun 10, 2015

... India, or Dubai, or even on Emirates at that rate, I have been awaiting adventure for a while and am finally starting it all. Just a few days later, I will be joining the American work force and will be starting full time as a Designer/Job Captain at an amazing design, architecture, interior, and branding firm in Boston. It almost seems too go to be true. The brownstones all around, the city life, and the independence is ...

Home at last!

A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 22, 2015

2 comments, 12 photos

... mpg: 7.2

Lowest price/gallon for gas: $2.059 in TN
Highest price/gallon for gas: $3.899 in CA
Average price/gallon for gas: $2.698 (This is $1 cheaper than our last trip in 2013)

Lowest nightly stay: $28.80 in AZ
Highest nightly stay: $43.62 in CA
Average nightly stay: $36.09
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Finally Home!

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on May 02, 2015

Up before 7am. Had breakfast in the hotel then took the hotel shuttle at 9:10 to the airport. Flight was at 11:55 but it was delayed a little and we took off after 12pm. We had to change flight in San Francisco, then to Boston. Touched down at Logan before 1am. Home around 2:45am Sunday, 5/3 via an AVIS rental car.

Finally home! ...

Coast of Maine to Boston, "The City on the Hill."

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Oct 11, 2014

12 photos

... where we had eaten before.
We visited the Old North Church of "one if by land, two if by sea" fame. There we had a talk by a knowledgeable guide. As we continued along the Freedom Trail, the sun came out. Mary, our tour director had related to us how her mother always told her to look for the "silver lining" and we figured the brightening of the day was one of those. At Copps Burying Ground, there ...

One Oil Barrel at a Time

A travel blog entry by marsdenfamily on Oct 16, 2013

... had no money and ahead of them lay the greatest desert on earth. They planned to cross the deadliest part in an old beaten down Land Rover they had gotten for practically free and rebuilt it by scavenging through other discarded wrecks. It's an amazing tale and he talked about when they set off, there was a track road that had oil barrels spread every 15 miles, which, given the curvature of the earth meant that just when ...