Hampton Inn & Suites Newport-Middletown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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Vanmorgen vroeg wakker, kinderen doen niet aan jetlag dus zij snurkten tevreden door. Tot wij hen ruw wakker maakten. Na een heerlijk ontbijt (wafels, muffins, pancakes) op weg naar Harvard. De kinderen moeten toch weten waar ze nu voor werken... We waren de enigen samen met een buslading Chinezen, ook wij deden braaf mee met de twee vingertjes in …
Started the day waking up in a nice comfortable bed in my own room which is the first time since my very first morning on my whole trip. Hanging shared for so long on contiki & then being on a friends couch it was like heaven! Since being in America I've become slightly addicted to raisin bran for breakfast & paul kindly got some for me so I could have it while I'm here. Ray was off today so we decided after much deliberation that we ...
... English friend" that many people didn't grasp until I actually spoke and they realised the accent lol. After a couple of hours of birthday party fun it was back in the car to finally see Paul & Rays place. On the way back he took me past some old battleships from the war times which looked amazing. Then we got to there Cute first floor apartment ,again with the all American front porch! Got a lovely room to myself and ...
Many of our friends do not have Facebook, so I am sorry for the duplicate story for those of you that have Facebook and follow our blog. BUT, yes, our little Molly has passed on. She was 15 years old and still looked like a toy.
Our hearts are torn, and we are going through a very sad time in our lives. It is hard to believe that a little 4-legged animal could put such a hole in your life. Molly had been getting weaker and unsteady on her paws for ...
... was just right, in fact, a little too quick. I prefer to spend more time smelling the roses. But, it worked out fine. We only paid for 3 places to stay and the rest were all "dry-docked" which did not cost us anything. Those were either at Walmart, truck stops or gas stations. The places we paid to stay were RV parks where we could dump our tanks, get fresh water and take real showers.
Over the 10 days of travel, we drove about 3,000 miles, spent ...