Holiday Inn Express Warwick/Providence
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It was wonderful coming back to Berkley...the sponsor contact here, Roger, is a good friend to our circus and after taking such good care of us last year when we advanced here, he didn't disappoint this year. Roger met each vehicle last night when we pulled in with a print out of various walkable shops and restaurants in the area and welcomed us each back. He arranged for the police to drive through the lot a couple of times ...
... the mansion that Great Gatsby was based on and a source of inspiration. Newport is most famous for its mansions, of which I think there are five. Newport was almost like the Brighton of Victorian England, the region was known for fresh air and health benefits. The rich plantation owners would all travel to their holiday homes in Newport to get away from outbreaks of typhus and disease in many of their South Carolina plantations. Many of the other wealthy home owners ...
... cuties; Four year old Annalise and one year old Lukas. I had the first cup of tea in what seems like an age and met the rest of the family; Chris, Christy's husband, Melanie, Corrigan's mum and Corrigan's grandmother an aunt Pam. It was really nice to be back with a family and have a bit more of a routine (I am clearly just a wreck-ess wild spirit!). Portsmouth is gorgeous; there were yachts on the water and at one point a huge container ship which Christy explained sails around ...
... myself. I just stood at the counter like a prick until the upbeat and friendly woman [ they're all like that here ] noticed me loitering and told me she'd come over. This place is typical diner style, which I loved. Low counter for the regulars, kitchen right there at the back, couple of booths and some frames posters of other different diners all of the walls. The window's boasted that Scotty's speciality was pancakes, so I had a short stack [ 2 pancakes, ...
... which still exists to this day. The early 1700s was a period of prosperity for Rhode Island. Farming and sea trading became profitable businesses. Providence and Newport were among the busiest ports in the New World. Rhode Island was the first colony to prohibit the importation of slaves. Following the Revolutionary War, industrial growth began in Rhode Island. In 1793, Samuel Slater's mill in Pawtucket became America's first successful ...
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