Prince Albert Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... we went through Rhode
Island, stopping for lunch at a park (not the nicest area but safe
enough as long as we ate in sight of the RV) and onto Jellystone Park
in Sturbridge MA. The plan was two days here to recharge and shower
again. They have two pools, one free and one paid plus a few other
activities which we'll do tomorrow. It was hot enough to swim as very
hot so a few of us did in free pool while the rest of us enjoyed the
air conditioning ...
... were hungry. We ate outdoors close to the water. As we started eating, we heard the roar of motorcycles revving up on the street and a dumpster picking up the trash. What kind of trash system do they have that picks up the trash at a popular restaurant on a Sunday at lunchtime? Dave said, "Nothing I love more than dining overlooking the bay with the sound of motorcycles and dumpsters."
Most people ...
... several miles. Later, cars started speeding past us on the shoulder on the right. Just as I was saying to Dave, "there are so many cars on the shoulder, it must be legal," we saw the sign “Travel in Breakdown Lane Permitted. Dave commented, “That’s how Massachusetts saves money. Instead of building another lane, the just put up signs that ...
... trip. We all have wholeheartedly enjoyed ourselves and each others company plus we have great memories to cherish. It's always great to get away but just as great to be back home. Looking forward to sleeping in my own bed tomorrow night. Steve and I now have our vacation with each other to look forward to in August! I. Can't. Wait.
... Places always look nicer on glorious mornings, and that was certainly the case here. We enjoyed a coffee and a look round the shops, and a weird combination of a pumpkin field in a church grounds. Halloween meets Christianity? Only in America.
We ate our stolen bagels (and also some muffins, didn't mention them first time as the breakfast lady would have hunted us down) and then conferred as to whether Nicole would need another toilet ...