Bristol Harbor Inn

Address: 259 Thames Street, Bristol, Rhode Island, 02809, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 259 Thames Street, Bristol, is near Colt State Park, East Bay Bike Path, Hope Street, and Coggeshall Farm Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Bristol

    Last day at Cutthyhunk and heading for home

    A travel blog entry by nt34simone on Jul 10, 2015

    ... scheduled to meet friends in Marion, MA, but as the morning wore on, we changed our minds and decided to head home. Conditions were favorable and we were tired, so we charted the course for Wickford. We arrived back at the dock a bit before 4 PM. This was yet another fabulous summer cruise with our friends. It was also our shakedown ...

    Cuttyhunk Island, a slice of paradise

    A travel blog entry by nt34simone on Jul 09, 2015

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    ... joined by friends from 2 other boats for pot luck dinner aboard Simone: chowder, strip steak, sword fish, and lobster rolls. I definitely need to get a walk in tomorrow once we get to our next port. This Island holds so many memories of good times shared with so many friends over the years. This evening's dinner will add to that long ...

    Bristol - Portuguese Food in a Colonial Town

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 30, 2012

    18 photos

    ... was to find a Portuguese Restaurant for dinner. I found a cozy unpretentious place named Café Central that had set three-course menus and jugs of wine on the tables. The Caldo Verde, Puerco a la Alentejana (pork with clams), and flan were superb. It was well worth the stop on the way to ...

    Keeping up with Grandad

    A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle on Sep 25, 2011

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... s car, as well as his and Joy's bikes, loaded them onto the back of the car and went to Conanicut Island for a bike ride. It was all going well until the saddle broke off from Grandad's bike, meaning that we had to and get a new screw at a hardware store in the main town, from which we had just left 30 minutes before. So after that, we knew we wouldn't be able to get the whole way round the ...

    Boston, Oysters, Chow-duh and The Cotters

    A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Apr 27, 2011

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... often, they had their own booth. And it's a little known fact that toothpicks were first used in the US in the Union Oyster House. It's the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the US (1826). Only about 12 seats around the bar. They had different types of oysters...I don't remember the names of them, but the names are based on where they are "grown." They are farmed much like fish farms, but I was told a lot more work. I didn't ...