Newport Beach Hotel and Suites
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... a nautical motif or designed in an old-timey nature and painted in wild colors which certainly help to attract the tourists that they cater to. Streets are brick - think grey and unevenly placed, not red and meticulously groomed - which I found to be awesome. Being placed along the ocean doesn't hurt either, it certainly makes for a dramatic backdrop when taking a stroll along the boardwalk. Speaking ...
... intro lasted until we got to Newport, Rhode island where we stopped for a rest. I got a coffee, walked around the main street and then popped over to Yale to look around. There was only time to take a pictures or two and we had to get back on the coach. Up to the next stop we finished the intro and began speed dating, getting to know everyone. Lots of people and interesting stories, it was fun. Soon we arrived in Providence. ...
... 1786 and still described as a magnificent and elegant mansion followed.
This living museum was brought to life by our guide, who explained an era of early American history that we were largely unaware of.
... up and how difficult things in his life have been lately. It seemed to really help him to get it off his chest and we were glad to be there to help him.
After that, we visited the locations the sponsor gave us to check out…unfortunately, one of them (a commons area with a lot of shops and a library near it) was completely deserted, but we visited a mall and took some photos and then stopped by a pharmacy that is selling tickets for the circus. ...
... 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.