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Travel Blogs from Narragansett
... Statford Ct a slight change, had a bit of an engine issue with one of the engines we'll have that looked at tomorrow.
It was just so nice to cruise on flat water with unlimited visibility! I read a whole book today...8 hours :-). We are at Brewers Marina they own many marinas in CT very nice place. I'll explore a bit in the morning a nice quiet night tonight.
... boaters are all so friendly, always willing to lend a hand or helpful advice.
Dinner at Moorings was very good 5 star meal, if we ever get back here request an outside seat much nicer. On our way back to the boat we decided on a drink at this really cute small bar right in the middle of a tourist walking street, met a few other boaters who filled our heads with possible harbor stops ....so much to see and do!
Greg's Version We started the day by visiting Battleship Cove. There are four ships at the museum: USS Massachusetts (BB-59), USS Lionfish (WWII submarine), USS Joseph P Kennedy (destroyer), and an East German Missile Cruiser. I spent about a hour wandering around the main deck and lower decks of the USS Massachusetts. I was surprised to see how crowded life was on a battleship. I had much more room on the USS Chicago (CG-11) guided ...
... a cab in Newport on a Saturday not a good plan...but finally we got one and now Sunday can be chore for :-).
We we sat for the first time at the stern (cockpit) of the boat in the sun sipping our cocktail....doesn't get much better than that.
Had dinner at a wonderful steak house the end to a perfect day!
Tomorrow is mansion touring day
... and owned by workers in rail way, coal and industry. One way in which the house was made impressive was that all the lighting was powered by electricity. It was one of the first homes to have full electricity circuits but Vanderbilt could see it coming on the rise (a bit like the IKEA flat pack he saw coming). Electricity was still very new and expensive but despite this is was very unreliable and unpredictable so mr Vanderbilt ALSO installed gas lighting so that should ...