Avalon, The Inn On Cuttyhunk
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... that was totally electric (no gas backup); he had stores of water of no less than 2400 gallons on the 3rd floor; there were covered access to the food delivery area; there was a 150 foot tunnel from the road to bring in coal for the house's furnaces. It was interesting but a little over the top about the actual staff people. It is interesting how they truly segregated the staff access and the family access. It was very much ...
... between the two sleeping areas. Chase has had a bad migraine headache and rested some but wondered around with us a lot. We went down to Mansion Row and toured the Breakers. The Breakers was a Vanderbilt house and was right on the water. It was very much like the Biltmore house in design but had a lot of french and italian influences inside. We did the audio tour and then walked out back in the lawn to see ...
So let's start from the beginning. I am in my junior year of high school and my dad got a new job. Now this job would mean that we had to move, and so I ended my sophomore year in Massachusetts and now I'm starting my junior year in Alaska. The fun being the big move. The house is packed and on its way and now for the big decision. Flying or Driving? And the decision was…..driving. Now this is a start to a great ...
... OK. After our tours we headed to our hotel in Preston, Connecticut. We stayed at a hotel that had a shuttle to Foxwoods Casino and Resort. This place was huge, it has 3 casinos, 5 hotels and a Hard Rock Cafe. This would be the 30th different Hard Rock Cafe that we have ...
I slept until about 6, and then did some computer and other work.
Breakfast was very nice with orange juice, roasted peach, bacon and
muffins. I went out around 10 and did some walking in Warren, crossing
the Warren river by the main bridge and returning on a rail trail.
Warren is the home of Samsonite luggage. The factory is quite vacant
but still boasts a company store. I did some browsing there but did not
end up buying anything. ...