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... the cliff walk a short drive from town offers a beautiful view and at 3 miles would make an excellent jogging path, provided you aren't opposed to dodging fellow tourists.
Yes, the homes are too close together, a product of trying to use as much land as possible; unless of course you're rich in which case one of the mansions with rolling green grass might be more up your alley. Could ...
... intro lasted until we got to Newport, Rhode island where we stopped for a rest. I got a coffee, walked around the main street and then popped over to Yale to look around. There was only time to take a pictures or two and we had to get back on the coach. Up to the next stop we finished the intro and began speed dating, getting to know everyone. Lots of people and interesting stories, it was fun. Soon we arrived in Providence. ...
This morning we arrived just off Newport, Rhode Island. It is the largest city on Aquidneck Island in Narragansett Bay. We would tender in to the island from the bay that surrounds Aquidneck Island. The respite from the cold that we enjoyed in Boston was gone. The cold weather that we had experienced in Canada was back along with dark foreboding clouds that hung over the sky like a blanket not allowing full bright warming sunlight to fall to the ground. Although no ...
The RISD museum affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design,
an art school, but is also the main art museum in Rhode Island. The RISD Museum
is said to be 20th largest art museum in U.S., but I’m not sure how
that’s measured, possibly by number of items owned in collection. I’m very
doubtful it would qualify based on square footage or number of items on
display, since ...
The College Hill neighborhood on Providence’s east side is a
historic area that is also home to two of the city’s universities, Rhode Island
School of Design and Brown University. Although I immediately recognize Brown
as being one of the eight universities that make up the Ivy League, it somehow
seems to have a lower profile (at least in my ...