Brattle House

Address: 209 Spring St., Newport, Rhode Island, 02890, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 209 Spring St., Newport, is near Newport Dinner Train, Bowen's Wharf, St. Mary's Catholic Church, and Spirit Of Newport.
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Travel Blogs from Newport

Grey7mirror

A travel blog entry by may3cattle on Sep 24, 2014

... noise originating from huge voltage effectiveness-facial lines, electric motor-operated EMI-stimulated materials, vibration and shock. Each one of these issues will require high quality links and rigid cabling demands within the factory automation floorboards. Also, provide power to needs for industrial situations change from that from ordinary practice details communities; the equipment functions with 24 volts of DC capacity. To ...

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

A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Sep 22, 2014

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... only able to stay with them a few hours but we made plans to meet up with them and go sailing later in the week if it worked with them.

We then made our way to New Bedford, Massachusetts to meet our neighbor, Jan, who lived across the hall from us when we lived in Arlington, VA. He and his partner, Patrick bought an amazing Victorian mansion with a carriage house that was built in the 1860s. ...

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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... around Point Judith are very cold and dangerous. Historically, even with active lighthouses, there have been many shipwrecks off these coasts.

Three light structures have been built on this site. The original 35-foot tower, built in 1810, was destroyed by a hurricane in 1815. It was replaced in 1816, by another 35-foot stone tower with a revolving light and ten lamps. The present octagonal granite tower was built in 1856. ...

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 ...