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... and the masses need to be told.
We awoke feeling much better on Thursday and headed to the Cliff Walk. This is basically a sanctioned 3.5 mile sticky beak with the Atlantic Ocean on one side and huge mansions aligning the cliff face on the other.
Most of these mansions were constructed in the so called Gilded Age of 1880 to 1920. A period when Newport was at the height of its industrial wealth. As well as being a favourite summer locale for ...
... But don't worry! I know that when I go walking around not to be in crowded places, but to actually walk down dark and secluded alley ways and not to kept to myself, but actually try to engage in conversations with tall dark hooded people in the sketchy parts of the cities I visit. (These are all JOKES! I know I shouldn't do any of that and don't worry I'll be safe and I'll always trust my gut instinct). Plus I'm sure I'll learn some more French once I get there.
... and a beer at... you guessed it... the local irish pub round the corner.As a surprise, they had bingo on, so to supplement our meals amd conversation, we had something to pay minimal attention to. That was until i scored bingo first round, and earned myself a free shot. We were pretty into it after that, but the lucky of the irish never came through!After an hour or 2 we headed back to the apartment, chilled, talked and laughed until captain snooze took over and i retired to my ...
... we're now ahead 2 bucks!
The chef wasn’t feeling his best today so tried sticking closer to his liquid diet. Fried egg for breakfast, fries and French Onion Soup for lunch and jello for dinner. I didn’t want jello for dinner so he cooked me up a pan of corned beef hash. Should have gone with the jello. Hopefully he's better tomorrow.
... more so than harvard IMO and took me a while to get around it all. I then visited the oldest baptist church in the USA. It was nice, but old. The state house dominates the skyline, and is a building remeniscent of the dome building in washington dc, it is beautiful and one of my favourite buildings in the USA. I even got to go inside, for free, to see the senate and the rhode island state library.I then headed back downtown to explore the city's hundreds ...