Extended Stay America - Providence - West Warwick
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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...
... joined us soon after, and we discovered that Larry was Secretary of the North East Grand Banks Owners Association, and newish members of NYYC. We spent a pleasant hour chatting about life, boating, Newport, and the club.
There was no catering for lunch and dinner at the club on Mondays and Tuesdays, so we found a French providore in town, and assembled a fine array of tucker. Back to the club, I arranged a few Adirondack chairs on the lawn overlooking the harbour, and borrowed a ...
The first was the Tennis Hall of Fame, a beautiful old grass tennis court commissioned in 1880 and home to the first United States Championships which is now known as the US Open held annually in New York.
In an instant they were transported to a small scale Wimbledon, with a ...
... you are automatically accepted to Notre Dame for their 2 years engineering program. Athletics: D2 school. Basketball made it to the final 4. 20+ varsity sports. Housing guaranteed all 4 yrs. 90% stay on campus all 4yrs. Admissions: ave gpa 3.33. Great mid-range school. 2500 students. Lots of individual attention. Fun fact: largest shovel collection Providence College: Dominican, Catholic School. A wonderful smaller school with a big ...
... the women working there, was our gracious superhero and helped us fax the info. Without them, we would have been stuck in the water, so we are VERY grateful for the help!
We're staying at our sponsor contact's house tonight...she said we can park in their driveway and hook up to their electric. I continue to be amazed and blessed by how many thoughtful people there are in the world who will open their home to a couple of strangers.