Wyndham Bay Voyage Inn
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... the ones to egg on infant modeling careers like you are a more attractive breed of shriveled alien life form than all the other post-utero trolls. They also drill into your head that your academic success, no matter how insubstantial, is more noteworthy than that of your future class valedictorians. "Oh honey, you got an 80% in participation?! There's even a note from your teacher stating "pleasure to have in class"!! News for you Uncle Eugene, ...
Started the day with a wonderful outdoor breakfast at the hotel. Sat under an umbrella with a cool breeze plotting the day. We then drove to the Cliff Walk; a walking trail behind all the mansions along the ocean. Ala and i went about half way just past the first rocks and then turned and went back while Chase and Mom went forward. We retrieved the car and then drove down to pick them up. They said that the second half you got to ...
... went to the restroom and we put them all on a plate and hid them. He came back telling how big the place is and reached down for the onion straws and they were missing. He suddenly got animated and requested that we pull it out. We got to the Vanderbilt Grace in Newport and it was very nice. Outside it looks like an old house but inside it has been very recently renovated. We had a Jr Suite which has basically ...
We arrived to the sleepy fishing town of Mystic early evening and after settling in at our motel we walked to the historic centre. Having been in NYC and Boston prior to this, Mystic's tranquility was very accommodating and as we wondered along the riverside encountering a few seafood shacks on the way the sunset was mesmerising. The sky's rapidly changing colour was having a humbling effect on the crystal river water and made for ...
The next day we drove back to the Pequot Museum and were treated to one of the most elaborate displays of Native American village life I have ever seen. The revenues from the casinos have really underwritten a fabulous exhibit. The use lifelike manikins to recreate a village, based upon archaeological research of the area. A locally produced documentary details the Pequot’s difficulties with the early English settlers which resulted in a ...