Bradford Dimond Norris House

Address: 474 Hope Street, Bristol, Rhode Island, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 474 Hope Street, Bristol, is near Colt State Park, Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum, East Bay Bike Path, and Hope Street.
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My first full Rhode Island day - Newport

A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 10, 2015

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... s exactly like the great gatsby mansion that Leonardo di caprio was in with the big waterfall faces outside. Then we stopped down the road a bit more and Ray and I had a look at baileys beach. Nice views ;) we then went down by the sea area and had a bit of a sunbathe by the side of the water. Was lovely to relax in the sunshine instead of walking around like my tour. Caught a few rays and starting to top up the tan nicely! After a couple of ...

The 48th State

A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Jul 22, 2015

... forge works where they were giving demonstrations on how nails were made back in the day. They are also still excavating areas around the site and have a small Museum. As it was by the river and not in the center of town it was a little less ...

Bristol - Portuguese Food in a Colonial Town

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 30, 2012

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I stopped for the evening in Bristol after spending most of the day in Newport. Bristol is a small town with a substantial colonial history and a now largely Portuguese population. I took a short walking tour of town and had a pint at the Judge Roy Bean Saloon. My real purpose for stopping in ...

Keeping up with Grandad

A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle on Sep 25, 2011

1 comment, 15 photos

... to Newport, a very upmarket place, to have a walk along the ocean called the Cliff Walk. It took us past many mansions that were overlooking the sea, and was very enjoyable indeed. After that we went to the other side of the island to have another wee walk before heading for lunch in Newport. That evening we had Grandad's famous pork tenderloin, delicious as always.

On day 2 Eilidh and I ...

More History, More Oysters and More Baseball

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 29, 2011

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... in the Old North Church which meant the British were coming by "sea." Actually, it meant they were crossing the Charles River and heading for Concord via the northern route as opposed to coming the longer land (southern) route. He alerted the colonists that "The Regulars are Coming!" (Not "The British are the colonists were British too!) At daybreak the British encountered some 70 colonists on Lexington Green where the first colonists died in the ...

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