Radisson Hotel Providence Airport
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Caught the ferry back to Falmouth, picked up our car and drove 70 miles in an hour to Newport.
Woke up with sore heads and no hot water in the shower, super bad combo. It was 12.30 pm and way past check out, so we packed and bolted to the ferry without showering.
Thankfully the gods were on our side as there was a ferry leaving in 5 minutes so we made a run for it from the hotel. We made it just in time.
I woke up with the sun this morning, a nice change from the ****** weather yesterday. I got in the shower and when i got out kimberly came home with groceries and made me huevos rancheros for breakfast! Delicious.She had to go to work, but was nice enough to take me to the bus station so i could pick up my bus ticket for Hartford, Connecticut, my next destination!She left me there and headed off to work while i explored the city, again, in nicer weather. I went to mostly the ...
I was woken up by a really inconsiderate bloke who set his alarm for 630 and didnt get up to turn off, it snoozed for 30 minutes before the guy in he bed next to him turned his phone off. Hope he didnt actually need to get up for anything. Oh well, his own fault.I was heading to the train station today to get my ride to Providence, Rhode Island, the smallest state in the US. The train was fast as hell! It only took 45 minutes!It was a ****** rainy day in ...
... No one walks here, so there's no pavement. None, anywhere. There's no point to even building them because they'd never get used, so they don't even bother. Changed our journey from a delightful stroll through urban Rhode Island into a nail biting death march under a narrow one lane bridge and by a vast graveyard. The bar, Prata, was a decent size with a central bar and a central barmaid with entirely centralised enormous tits. At some point she'd made ...
... War general, second-in-command to George Washington.