Hilton Garden Inn Providence Airport/Warwick
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... we haven't been to the doc yet, go in and have a little lunch and then start the clear liquid diet". Food was delicious - thanks for the tip.
Our pantry wasn't stocked for this type of liquid diet so stopped at the grocery store for lots of jello, broth and gatorade. We had a campfire after dinner but there was something missing......it just wasn't the same.
... was checking the internet on my phone for the height, Chris decided we were ok. Although it was a slow drive, we were ok. Whew. We wandered Boston Common Park, the State House and Park St Church. We walked a little of Freedom Trail but it was sweltering so opted for the trolley. It's easier on the feet, legs and back, and you also get a breeze. It's perfect as you're able to hop on and off as you wish.
... leaving my tea behind, which we were close enough to retrieve. Leaving today's camp was down a hill on a very windy road and heading toward the ocean. It's not good to have the sway bar on the camper on such windy roads. (We learned that one while traveling route 66 on similar roads. It was the start of a very expensive repair!) Instead of attaching it, we put it on the truck cover to put on when we ...
... would include a lot of studio furniture. There were nice pieces by Wharton Esherick and Alfonse Mattia but not as many furniture pieces as I had hoped. Even though there were not very many studio furniture pieces, I still enjoyed the museum.
I left the museum and found a room for the night.
What better place to start than right here in my own state of Rhode Island! A few basic demographic facts: Rhode Island is located in the northeast, New England are of the United States. It was established as the 13th state in 1663, hence the 13 stars on the state flag. It was founded in 1636 by Roger Williams, a preacher, who fled puritan Massachusetts for political and religious reasons. He based his new settlement on religious and ...