Lighthouse Inn of Galilee
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... one". We kept doing that until there were no next ones then we're in the middle of bush or forest or whatever they call it here. It was almost dark and another 150kms further on we saw signs to Springfield. I've since been told it's the home of The Simpsons and judging by a few of the folk we saw there I can see why The Simpsons would live here.
As it turns out we turned off a bit early and finished in West Springfield. That's on the west side ...
I've always had a romantic idea of New England - fisherman, lobstah, oysters and clams. I haven't had much opportunity to explore it before now, and work in Rhode Island afforded the perfect opportunity to wet my beak.
Past experiences in driving through NE have given me a brief look at what would be in store - rock fences, narrow streets, and homes with little to no space between them. ...
... left, i unpacked, did some sink laundry, uploaded some pictures, used the internet and got ready for the night.
We meet up again and got on the coach. We had an introduction of the city of Boston and began a driving tour of the city. A night drive, we saw a lot of the main sites and lights of the city, then headed off to our included dinner. The dinner near the Quincy market was at Dick's last resort. A place where ...
... com/menu.html) where we got our sammies (me - Niko - prosciutto, roasted red peppers, mozzerella drizzled with basalmic vinegerette - YUMMMZ; Jason - chicken parm sub); then we headed over to Point Judith Lighthouse where we relaxed on a bench with our food and watched the surfers. We had just enough time to gobble down our food and take some pictures before the rain ...
... and maybe crowd control in the
busier ones). At RISD, though, a large part of the painting collection is in
the Grand Gallery, a large room in which paintings are hung in multiple levels
and cover almost the entire wall space. That’s actually the way art used to be
presented and was hung in royal collections where the goal was to create an
overwhelming impression rather than focus on individual paintings.