Newport Ambassador Inn & Suites
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Twenty days ago my last blog entry spoke about the break is well needed before the 10 day guest trip. Well it turned out to be a 17 day trip, and how things have changed. The trip started off smoothly, I had everything under control and my routine was finally in place. Auto-pilot you could say. The 4 guests that Harvey and Dee brought onboard were once again very friendly. Nobody could predict what would happen a few days down the ...
After all that baseball action it wasn't easy to get up and head for Woods Hole MA to make the ferry to Martha's Vineyard but we managed. How lucky we were to have a gorgeous day for this trip. We were also lucky enough to be on tour with what must be the ...
... docks to view and decided we would dine on a mexican-based seafood treat we love - the fish taco.
We had been enticed the previous day by Diego's which was on the waterfront and decided to give them a try. We were not extremely hungry, so we complimented our Margaritas with the "Made to Order" guacamole - which was good. We then decided to ...
... colonial homes in the nation, in the downtown Newport Historic District, one of three National Historic Landmark Districts in the city. Many of these homes were restored in the late 20th century through grants.
We were told we should enjoy a cocktail at the "Aquidneck Lobster Bar" and soak in the sunset view overlooking the marina. It was fantastic ...
... photos inside, but the website does have interior shots. These mansions are over the top, by a lot.
Tuesday--Left Taunton and drove to New Jersey. Made a stop for lunch in Connecticut at a "service area" along I-95, which is like the "on route" in Ontario. Fuel, food, and parking is available. Just as we turned the engines off, it started to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed