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... coast industrialists who were able to enjoy the season whilst having the easy proximity to Boston or NYC should an emergency arise.
The walk took us about 1.5 hours and was very pleasant. The centre piece was "The Breakers", completed in 1895 for a cost of $12 million. Cornelius Vanderbilt was the commissioner of the build for that unimaginable pile of cash.
We headed into Newport downtown for lunch and our last bite of New England lobster. Walking ...
... clears up any residue of responsibility for the ongoing plight of the Indian nations. The unwritten instructions couldn't be clearer: Rub on the "pre-history" tag whenever symptoms occur. If you do not experience a prideful 1776 feeling immediately, reapply. If guilt persists, read The Declaration Of Independence and consult a flag bearing neighbour.
Within America's chequered history there have always been pockets of white sympathisers (and mostly they have to be ...
Got off the boat, got our land legs back, wandered the Old Mystic Village and home for a good old fashioned camp dinner for me (weiners and sausage) and soup for Chris. Chris found a lovely polish polka radio station and was reliving his youth singing the moja noga boli oberek (my leg hurts polka). He wanted to dance but I didn't think the camper could take that.
There was a casino not too far down the road so ...
We drove from Plymouth, Mass. through Rhode Island and into Connecticut today.
The rains started about 5 miles before we reached the Rhode Island border and didn't quit until we were well into Connecticut. We stopped for the night at a State Park not knowing that dogs are not allowed in ANY state parks in Ct. Unbelievable.
We did find some pretty places in the park, but we certainly didn't hang out for ...
... hosted 150 years ago, such as the cooperage (making barrels), the shipwright (ship's blacksmith), clock shop (necessary to repair the chronometers used for navigating), and many others.We went on board a couple of the vessels, including the Joseph Conrad, a large sailing ship.
Unfortunately for us, the ship I had really wanted to visit, the Charles W. Morgan, had been restored and set sail for ...