La Quinta Inn & Suites Warwick Providence Airport
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... from Providence to Newark, this went round New York City and down into Penn Station. It was lovely to see the city all lit up but we had to sit in the station for 20 minutes. Once I was at Newark I picked up the car and drove down to East Windsor where I met with my host family the Pennengas. I got this contact through my Dad, Amy (daughter) was a previous gap year volunteer placed in Nottingham through the charity 'time for god' that he ran. We apparently met once. I was in the ...
... worked in New Bedford as a whaler wrote the book Moby Dick. It was great to see the history of Whaling however it was also sad to see the realities of what this entailed. The whale skeletons are huge! Especially in comparison with the human skeleton (spot the anatomical issue in the picture of the skeleton, I did want to jump over the barrier and correct it but I ...
... are things you don't really get to do when travelling around. Most of our time is spent in cities as this tends to be where the hospitals and sights are. This has been the fist time we haven't had to get up at a certain time, or have to keep rushing around from appointments to departure gates. It's been lovely out in the countryside :) After lunch we went to the whaling museum in new Bedford. It Was really interesting and had lots of impressive displays and artefacts. I've ...
... since the 1940s. This year there have been 5 scholars and the Roosevelts have been very good in hosting each of us. We've had a great day and have enjoyed walking the dogs in the woods. Haven is part of the group that helps to maintain the trails and he was an excellent guide, showing us the sculptures which have been set up, in amongst the fields and trees in the ...
... phased by it. First bar we tried was called Hell, and was shut. Next place had a $5 entrance fee and was dead as ****, forced us back into the Jeep and over the bridge to Hot Bar. Decent place on the harbour, college town so there was mostly students in there. First time we've been ID'd this whole trip too. They ID'd Bill, who's clearly in his late 30's, so they either don't bother or they do it with gusto. Steve didn't seem to be drinking, but he did ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking