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... a cab in Newport on a Saturday not a good plan...but finally we got one and now Sunday can be chore for :-).
We we sat for the first time at the stern (cockpit) of the boat in the sun sipping our cocktail....doesn't get much better than that.
Had dinner at a wonderful steak house the end to a perfect day!
Tomorrow is mansion touring day
It was miserable! Pouring down with rain and drizzling intermittently. So I grabbed my PAC-a-mac, which I had thought wouldn't be necessary for the trip (and extra tops that I will probably never wear for the entirety of this trip took priority over the packing of my proper raincoat) and figured that I'd set off for Newport anyway. When there was a bit of an ease up on the rain I walked to the bus stop to return to Newport. It's a lovely town with loads of little shops ...
... what your stop looks like! So I guess I was clearly just very excited to see and explore Newport because that is exactly where I was headed! I stayed on the coach which thankfully brought me into the Neeport transport hub and then got to know the local transport systems before heading right back up the way I came to get back to Portsmouth, openly this time I was ready- watching my current location in the map app I was ready to pounce and request a stop as soon as we reached a ...
... the waters to catch whales. He would fling them against the cliffs to kill them and then cook them over his fire providing the Wampanoag with food. Bloods from the whales stained the cliffs red and coals from Moshup's fire accounted for the black. Frequent fog in the area is considered to be smoke from Moshup's pipe- a sign of Moshup's happiness with his people. Before we came back to Oak Bluffs we completed our circuit which brought us past a B&B that ...
... of John Hancock, Paul Revere and Ben Franklin's parents and according to legend even Mother Goose. We walked past King's Chapel and wandered around the oldest burying ground in Boston (King's Chapel Burying Ground). We saw the Ben Franklin Statue and the Old City Hall. We had a rest by the Irish Famine Memorial and looked at the Old South Meeting House. We then walked on to the Old State House and the site of the ...
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