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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 ...
... for it; a bit like urban outfitters or Prada. Despite all the grandeur of the building Vanderbilt managed to have a little bit of fun with the building of his home. In the billboards room there was a hidden mosaic of a tortoise and during some parties at the Vanderbilt's a serving tray would be used so that guests and children could slide down the great hall stairs. The house was built in Italian Renaissance style and so as you would expect there were marble cherubs ...
... 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 ...
... digging us. Nick opened up with a sports question, and we were in. Kim bought us a round of Mind Erasers, a truly horrifying shooter that you have to drink with a straw from the bottom up before the various components mix together, and eat through the glass. It was a bit rank, a bit chocolately, and it slipped down like fizzy tar. They mentioned that they were gonna hit Providence, the capital city of Rhode Island, and invited us to join them. I mean obviously ...
... features 80 trees and shrubs sculpted into geometrical forms and animal shapes - everything from a giraffe to a teddy bear; Casey Farm (c. 1750) in Saunderstown or Coggeshall Farm (c. 1790) in Bristol, two authentic historical working farms. Both feature livestock and tours of historic farm buildings; and two planetariums to view the stars, planets, and constellations – one in Roger Williams Park in Providence, and the other at the ...
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