Extended Stay America - Providence - East Providence
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I've always had a romantic idea of New England - fisherman, lobstah, oysters and clams. I haven't had much opportunity to explore it before now, and work in Rhode Island afforded the perfect opportunity to wet my beak.
Past experiences in driving through NE have given me a brief look at what would be in store - rock fences, narrow streets, and homes with little to no space between them. ...
... because of question number two.
2. How are you going to pack 4 months of things you'll need in a suitcase?
I have no idea. As much as I say that I can be minimalistic, I really can't. I keep thinking of the perfect opportunity to wear item A or use item B and so I think that I have to bring it along. In the future, I will document what I bring with me (and what I end up taking home).
For now, more goodbyes in the days to come.
... United States. After feeling lost in quiet suburbia for the first three blocks I soon saw some activity to my left and made my way towards it, only to find it was Broadway, the street Andy had mentioned that would lead me ‘straight into town.’ He wasn’t wrong, after a few hesitant crossings and avoiding some dodgy roadworks with signs that merely warned of a ‘BUMP’ I was soon back where the less-than-charming Megabus driver had dropped ...
... this morning were? "I've seen the snow… can we go now." Very funny honey!
We still need to acquire seven pairs of snow boots (out of four in the snow box Julia and Hannah score and Karl could wear the hot pink pair if he had to) some thermal underwear, a snow suit for Luke, snow pants for Peter and possibly Anna as a strap has snapped. The girls are all raving on about how they look and worried about if they'll look silly in all this big bulky snow gear…. ...
... of sites to see. Don’t forget to stop and salute the wooden soldiers in front of the Town Hall and check out the impressive stretch of unique historic homes of the Lower Union Street Historic District as it creeps toward Market Street. That walk will really tie ...