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... night to make sure everything was safe and sound and the following day, the volunteers working the show, along with the police, were asking show folks how best to help us. It was heaven.
The other best part of this town was that our friends Glen, Barbara, Gina and Andy all made the trip out to see the show and hang out with us. It was as though no time had passed when seeing them (well, with Gina & Andy...we'd ...
... s Center to take the walking tour. We found out that it was free! Nice! As you know, the Underground Railroad was neither underground nor a railroad. It was about helping slaves who had escaped their masters to gain their freedom. You see, New Bedford was a Quaker town. The Quakers believed in the equality of all mankind, and they believed that enslaving another human being was unconscionable. So, there were numerous "safe" houses, ...
... 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 ...
... what your stop looks like! So I guess I was clearly just very excited to see and explore Newport because that is exactly where I was headed! I stayed on the coach which thankfully brought me into the Neeport transport hub and then got to know the local transport systems before heading right back up the way I came to get back to Portsmouth, openly this time I was ready- watching my current location in the map app I was ready to pounce and request a stop as soon as we reached a ...
... in dusty Kalka below (656m / 2152ft) with a ruling gradient of 3%.
- Travel is slow with stops at intermediate stations (17 ? Stops)
- Wiki tells a famous story of Colonel Barog, the engineer of Barogs tunnel. He started digging the tunnel from both ends and could not align them. So he was fined 1 rupee. He could not stomach that stigma so shot himself in the incomplete tunnel.
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