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Travel Blogs from Newport
... fit easily! I guess a month (or more) of planning what to bring paid off.
Izzy gave us the run down on all of the buttons, switches, panels, pumps and tanks which, Deb being the organized one (read: can't remember anything unless she writes it down) took notes on.
After a quick practice run in the parking lot, we were off! NOW it seemed real. This dream, coming to life. ...
I really enjoyed the tour at Johnson & Wales. The culinary program looked very interesting and our tour guide was very helpful. I would consider going to this school because it is SAT optional and I really liked the campus and surrounding area. One thing I didn't like was not being able to see the dorm rooms.
Today I was taken to Yawgoo Valley by my cousin Bronwyn her husband Rick and their two kids Cein and Eamon. Oh what fun! We went 'tubing' which involves getting into a blow up donut shaped device and being pushed down a hill at incredible (and sometimes frightening) speeds. At the bottom of the hill there was a tow rope that you could attach your tube to be pulled up, which was ...
Battled our way out of Boston and down to Plymouth Rock. Supposedly where the Pilgrims first landed. Full of tourists.
Crossed the Sagamore Bridge and over to Cape Cod.
Had a sandwich in Sandwich then into Rhode Island, my 29th State.
Crossed the bridge into the Newport historic area, very nice place.
Spent the night in Middletown.
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... to Mystic Seaport, another living museum but this showcased the many activities that might be found in a New England coastal village in the 1800s.
Next, we travelled to Rhode Island for our two night stay in Newport. The hotel was right on the Harbor (American spelling).