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Travel Blogs from Providence
... tube spun by the instructors on the way down which when it was my turn they did the same to mine! I'm glad they didn't ask me because I would have said "NO!" but it was definitely worth it. On the way home we stopped at a cafe where we had coffee and donuts. The donuts were as big as Eamon's head! It was a great day, and although I have a few thousand bruises I would do it ...
... itself is a very small state. On the way home he told me that it's the size of New York City! It's only 37 miles across and 48 miles long and is the smallest state in the USA. So I spent most of my day in Connecticut, on a bus and walking around in -11 in hope of food and was delighted when arriving at Peter & Jan's (great uncle & aunt) I was cooked steak and eggs ozzie style. Nothing beats steak and ...
You may have heard of me. If not I’m the Marsden daughter. I am 10 years old currently.
You may have heard the famous quote ‘’One step for man one giant leap for man kind.’’
Well it’s sort of the same except it’s one step for me and one giant leap for the Marsden’s .
Many of my grade friends ask how will I ...
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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... of Providence toward Cape Cod.
While it took us a few goes to find the right road out of the city, and also to get used to traffic moving on the right hand side of the road, we were soon on our way. We made a couple of stops, firstly at the Beaver Tail Lighthouse (America’s third oldest lighthouse, established in 1749). We then discovered a cute harbour side village, Jamestown, ...