Bradford Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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drive further into the New England area in full swing, we crossed the border
into Rhode lsland.
Newport, Rhode Island and being an Aussie your thoughts immediately turn to the
Americas Cup Yacht Race series back in 1983 when Australia ll skippered by John Bertram, and designed by
Ben Lexin and of course financed by Alan Bond wrestled the trophy from the
... Browning, Oliver Wendell Holmes among others were published. Across the street is a small square where the Irish Famine Memorial is located. There are several walks through the city like the Irish Heritage Trail, and a Pirate and Patriot Tour, and a Black History Trail that criss-cross the city and this is one of the intersects.
Across the plaza is another site, the Old South Meeting House. It is the second oldest church in ...
... The market is right next to Faneuli Hall, which was our next stop. One magazine rated this site the 4th most visited site in America, which is funny because I had never heard of it before today. I guess I never researched American tourism that much. This hall has been around since the 1740s and many famous speakers like John Adams spoke here. A lot of the rally's for USA to gain independence from Britain took place here. The next stop along our ...
... escape out the roof, some will naturally be pushed down the dome shape sides and get trapped between the outer wall and mats hanging on the walls. The warm air then flows along the ground, warming their beds and ground below their feet. It works similar to a modern day convection oven. Two women were sitting in the home making baskets that would be used to store and carry daily supplies. While they constructed the baskets, dinner was brewing over the fire. Sea-bass soup ...
... that is drink at the Green Dragon, walk to the Boston Harbor and throw a tea party (Quick side note, it turns out the Green Dragon was burned down in the 1800s and a new Green Dragon was built…it was depressing knowing the building is no more but close enough). I have to say, Ryan was a great host and I really appreciate him letting me crash at his place for the night.
The next day I had plans to meet with my buddy Ian and I saw his good ...