Holiday Inn Express Warwick/Providence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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We were pretty pleased to be leaving Provincetown for a bigger city with hopefully some life. On the way down the coast we passed some mental halloween displays outside houses and took a detour to the Cape Cod crisp factory! Loads of free samples so I was happy. The city of Providence is pretty spread out and hard to navigate round. Our hotel, the Biltmore, was awesome - old style and grand but was right across ...
... through the gate more than once he would not graduate and if a girl did it she would not get married. Obviously these were really old (and sexist) superstitions but I wonder how many people avoid that gate anyways. We spent the evening in a McDonalds using their wifi and managed to only get a coffee. Yes that's right, we spent like 4 hours in a McDonalds but we didn’t eat anything. That’s some crazy willpower. We spent the evening at the Cranston ...
... 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.
... 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 ...