William Gyles Guesthouse

Address: 16 Howard Street , Newport, Rhode Island, 02840, United States | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 16 Howard Street , Newport, is near Thames Street, Newport Dinner Train, International Yacht Restoration School, and Samuel Whitehorne House.
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    Travel Blogs from Newport

    My first full Rhode Island day - Newport

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... a chilled day in Newport. When in the car paul likes to take me the long way round things so I can see the scenery. We headed past the international tennis hall of fame which is where famous tennis players would have their matches before they enter big competitions. Then we headed for a drive down ocean drive where there are loads of massive mansions, some are open to the public to look around, but most have got owners living there. They have ...

    Brooklyn to Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... different or ones we don't get! And I got myself some tweezers, how I forgot mine I do not know being a beautician and everything and being so obsessed with my brows. After there we went to pauls daughters house which was your typical all American house with the front porch and massive back yard. They had ordered take out pizza & got a beautiful big cake & piñata! Proper American kids birthday party. I ...

    Our pets, Our family, Our loss!

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Aug 08, 2015

    3 comments, 21 photos

    ... the following day. These were the folks that we adopted Molly from and they had the parents and one of the brothers. Last time I was here, they said that all of them had passed and Molly was the last survivor. Molly did not make it to see them. But, life goes on. We will be OK soon. We still hear Molly's pitter patter walk around and expect her to walk around the corner. She had been playing lots of hid and go seek in our apartment because she ...

    Yawn

    A travel blog entry by rhodetrip67 on Jul 25, 2015

    And we're off! Yawns all around. Kim was at Taylor Swift last night and I was running around doing the last minutes things. Nobody slept well as far as I can tell. Abby is snoozy and John is grouchy. Ron and Claire were nice enough to drag themselves out of bed and take us to the airport this morning for our 8am flight ...

    Finally made the 10-day road trip

    A travel blog entry by luluandal on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... our rent, gas, expenses for 2 cars, groceries, medical, etc… We rarely go over the $1,500 a month, unless we buy a big-ticket item or have some major repairs done to either cars or home.

    Our first awakening was our first grocery shopping at a local Walmart. At this rate, our grocery expenses will more than double every month. Gasoline prices are close to those in Mexico. At one time, Mexico had been much lower than the U.S. The Mexican gas ...