Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Fall River
It was wonderful coming back to Berkley...the sponsor contact here, Roger, is a good friend to our circus and after taking such good care of us last year when we advanced here, he didn't disappoint this year. Roger met each vehicle last night when we pulled in with a print out of various walkable shops and restaurants in the area and welcomed us each back. He arranged for the police to drive through the lot a couple of times ...
... over one door there were two cherubs; one with a rail track gear stick and another with a hammer to represent the building of the railways which the Vanderbilt empire was founded on, in the background there was also a carved steam train; subtle mock Italian Renaissance with a twist! The Guided Age, when the house was built was a period in United States history during the final three decades of the nineteenth century. The term was coined by writers such as Mark Twain (I ...
... go. I checked my phone a few minutes later and assumed the stop might be in Central Portsmouth. I waited a bit longer and thought maybe the stop is just outside of Portsmouth? I saw signs for addresses outside of Portsmouth and saw that we had left the area. When the bus did stop I went up to the driver to ask whether this was the actual stop. This is when I was informed that in Rhode Island you have to request a stop. Bit of a problem of you've never been there before or have an ...
... a wonderful exhibit, particularly of daylilies, rhododendrons and hydrangeas. A flume fountain at the entrance of the park, flows water slowly along a course to create a stunning waterfall below.
Toward the lower end of the gardens is a Windmill garden which includes the restored Old East Windmill from Sandwich. The gardens also have a variety of areas for families including the carousel, a labyrinth and maze ...
... cheerleaders these last couple of months. I don’t know how I would have made it through the enormous transition of living on the road without her and Sue to talk to. Any time it’s been really hard to deal with, I remember Carolyn telling me that I have to give this life at least three months before I can expect to acclimate.
We slipped through an opening in the circus tent and went out on the midway. There, we found Sue, my ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Fall River
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Fall River
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations