Holiday Inn Express Middletown / Newport
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the dodgiest park full of drug dealers! After dark we got our halloween on and walked around a pumpkin display thingy held at the zoo. As you'd expect it was very americanised with **** loads of snack stalls. We tried some 'pumpkin spiced ale' which neither tasted of pumpkin or spice but was festive! The carved pumpkins certainly rivalled my 'here's Johnny' from last year! Last but not least...on to ...
... on a diet. Numerous variations of intermittent fasting have come available for many years, with one preferred and reliable program by Brad Pilon called Eat Stop Eat. In a manner Brad Pilon began the periodic fasting awakening and also now several variants have come readily available. Just just recently a supplement business introduced their very own totally free version of periodic fasting that is ...
... We parked in a super rich area of town where I am sure our van got snooty looks and walked down to the campus. It was not the nicest day outside once again but the campus was very pretty. There was a really fancy courtyard that led to all the frat and sorority buildings and it felt a little surreal like we were in a movie. There were tours going on for possible future students and a girl was explaining that a certain gate was considered bad luck. If a ...
... Johnny Cakes were next on the agenda and the Kenyon's Grist Mill was not far away.
The ancient mill is in the centre of the quaint last century village of Usquepaugh on the Queens River.
In 1696 a small grist mill began to ground the farmers corn (grist) into a powder (meal) with the miller keeping a portion of the meal as payment.
In 1909 the Kenyon family purchased the mill and saw the potential for selling the ground meal ...
... restoring various sized donated vessels.
We were fascinated by the quality of work being done, and the number of boats being rebuilt back to as good if not better than new!
As sunset approached, we headed to the dock for our sunset cruise aboard the mv Gansett, a classically restored 50 foot lobster boat with capacity for 50 passengers.