Country Inn at Mount Hope Farm (Governor Bradford House)

250 Metacom Avenue (Rte 136), Bristol, Rhode Island, 02809, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 250 Metacom Avenue (Rte 136), Bristol, is near Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum, Hope Street, Herreshoff Marine Museum, and America's Cup Hall of Fame.
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    ... going to drag so slowly because doesn't that always seem to be the case when you have something to look forward to. Though I'm sure I'm going to be missing my comfy bed once I get on the plane and try to get a good night's sleep, it sucks that the flight is so late at night (11pm). I always get woken up by the flight attendants so they can give me my in-flight dinner (I take my sleep seriously people haha). Other than that 6 more days!! Ahh! I'm too excited!

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    ... to kimberlys office to get my bag that i had left with her. She had some free time so she drove me to the bus. Super nice!I jumped on the bus and headed for hartford! It was a bit of a journey, but trouble free none the less. Peter pan buses are still delivering the goods! When i arrived in Hartford, it was gettin dark. I assessed the safety factor of the 19th most dangerous place in America, and decided to walk to my new host's house. It was close and the streets were well ...

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    ... more so than harvard IMO and took me a while to get around it all. I then visited the oldest baptist church in the USA. It was nice, but old. The state house dominates the skyline, and is a building remeniscent of the dome building in washington dc, it is beautiful and one of my favourite buildings in the USA. I even got to go inside, for free, to see the senate and the rhode island state library.I then headed back downtown to explore the city's hundreds ...

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    ... in Colt State Park, and then down to Bristol harbour. There we saw a boat that had picked a fight with a stone pier and lost during Hurricane Irene, beautiful boat, lots of damage. That evening Eilidh and I played a spot of tennis, Grandad also joined us for a quick set of Canadian Doubles (2 vs 1).

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