Hampton Inn South Kingstown - Newport Area
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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 ...
Today we went over to the Roosevelt's summer house so we could walk along the beach. Haven said that even though they were lucky and didn't really get hit by the hurricane, there was a lot of sand movement (they have dunes which didn't exist before) and quite alot of plant life had been blown away! It was a nice walk though, very calming. Becky and I have had a great time here. It's so nice to step out of the hectic city life and be able to go for walks in the woods or on the ...
... to show his gratitude to America for its help during the war and sent 3 young professionals to be goodwill ambassadors. It was their role to travel around the US for up to 3 months, investigating a project related to their profession, to generally absorb the culture and to create friendships and links with the Americans. This has stood the test of time and has continued ...
... two weeks away, and we would do our real trick-or-treating in Kentucky of all places.
Our first stop was at the Submarine Force Museum to check out the USS Nautilus Memorial. The Nautilus was the World's first nuclear-powered submarine, built in 1954, and decommissioned in the 1980s. The ship was named after Captain Nemo's vessel in Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. They had on display a first edition copy of the book that was presented to the captain ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking