Bass Rocks Ocean Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... played his guitar and sang. What a talented young man. Trace plays all over the world, often in Budapest and every other yr in Italy so will get notice when he is in the EU. During the concert there was a nutter in the back row just behind us. She was hooting and howling all through the show, she had to be on drugs because her behavior was erratic. Tony, the other owner of the boat, finally turned around and told her he paid to listen to the ...
... influences. Then we were off to Harvard University. The trolley didn't go to Harvard Square, so we took the subway. Harvard is amazing. The buildings are so beautiful and it is a busy place. We really enjoyed walking around. We had some pizza at Harvard Square and then back on the subway to catch our trolley for the rest of the tour. Once back on the trolley we went through Beacon Hill and to the site of the the Boston Tea Party. There is ...
We got to the bus departure point by 9.15am for the 9.30am departure to Newport and the mansions. There were 28 people on the Greyline bus and we got the seat right behind the driver, which was good because we had a great view of the road ahead. We were on the freeway for a long time until we got to Newport. Our first stop was the Marble House - a mansion with over-the-top decorations and a top spot on ...
... bench where the train shuttle bus stops we decided we must be in the wrong place, crossed the road to ask someone, only to have to sprint back as the bus pulled up exactly where we had been waiting. Doh! We started our afternoon in Boston with a ride on the Swan Boats in the Boston Public Gardens. It’s apparently a Boston tradition and the boats signal the sign of Spring when they start up in April. The boats are famed for ...
... Laetisha and I both scrubbed upwell! We had a delicious lobster dinner followed by a stage show in the theatre and a "New Years Eve" party the piazza. It was smart as they know that tomorrow night we will all be busy packing so tonight was treated more like our final night on board.
And once again I am off to bed. Rhode Island tomorrow and then we have to figure out how we are going to fit everything in to our ...