La Quinta Inn & Suites Stonington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... just about come to the end of our little New England tour and have travelled through 6 states...at the moment we are in Newport, Rhode Island...home to some pretty rich folk and some serious boats!
The weather has been great, blue skies and sunny days so we have been blessed. Back to Boston tomorrow for a week then On to New York...
... the USA, and had a good meal, with one great dish being the lobster macaroni and cheese – who knew? We picked up a couple of bottles of wine on the way home, and parked ourselves in the club's library.
'Would sir like the fire lit?’
'Yes please Zac, and pull the cork on the red while you’re at it? There’s a good chap!”
Louise Vanderbilt and I sat drinking a Cote du Rhone, reading nautical tales of derring-do, by the light of ...
... almost on my knees to get to our first floor room. We went for a short walk around town - it is very cold and still raining - so we retreated to the Oyster Bar for a drink and diner - excellent. Oh JFK and Jackie got married at the church across the road from our guesthouse. Sighting: A lot of pleasure craft and yachts - never seen so many since leaving NY. Mileage: 134 ...
... and thus a view towards their 'home' in the UK! Those of you with laser eyesight, you may have seen them waving across the pond but for those that didn't here they are pointing at you...how rude!
As they drove around the headland the first of many mansions came into sight - well they were so imposing you couldn't really miss them!
But the more famous ...
... is now America's oldest commercial ship still afloat – only the USS Constitution is older. The Morgan was launched on July 21, 1841 from the yard of Jethro and Zachariah Hillman in New Bedford, Massachusetts. She typically sailed with a crew of about 35, representing sailors from around the world. The whaleship measures 106 feet, 11 inches length on deck with her beam measuring 27 feet, 9 inches. Her main truck is 110 feet above ...