Americas Best Value Inn - Providence / North Scituate
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... just about come to the end of our little New England tour and have travelled through 6 states...at the moment we are in Newport, Rhode Island...home to some pretty rich folk and some serious boats!
The weather has been great, blue skies and sunny days so we have been blessed. Back to Boston tomorrow for a week then On to New York...
... 30 minutes.
“You haven’t been to Newport unless you’ve been on the harbour” he said. We did and he did, ferrying us back just before sunset for the flag lowering ceremony at the club. Bruce lowered the club burgee, and then offered to let me fire the cannon. We donned hearing protection, and as the sun set, I fired the small, silver thunder-maker. Bruce dutifully lowered the Stars and Stripes, and we wandered back up to the clubhouse, pretty stoked with our ...
... and primping. Chris made use of his H&SPA (Head & Shoulders Pits and…….) and I made use of the tweezers.
Once we were all spiffed up we waded to the truck in our water shoes and drove into Providence. It was still raining so did mainly SIAS (see it and scram) tours from the comfort of our seats. Chris got out to take a couple of ...
... storm is coming in so everyone booked for the Tuesday and those who had booked for Wednesday were switching to Tuesday. :( Toured what we could of the town but were stopped at many turns. They are shooting a movie so many of the streets were blocked off. Not sure what the movie is but it looks like a town out of the movies. Walked along ...
... going sailing, living on a boat and seeing the world. I want to travel, and I know the only way I can afford to really do that is to take our home with us. Can we really pull it off?”
I cautiously, yet optimistically said “yes- we can do it.” That night I sat down and established a plan to get us there. I estimated it would take us about 5 years to pull it off- the Fall of 2014.