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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 ...
The start of the last tour of the trip. I got up at 6 am, showered, dressed and then ate breakfast in the room. I got ready for the day, packed my bags and used the internet. I took my bags downstairs and checked out. We had a quick meeting, then put our bags on the coach. We were soon ready to leave and got on the coach and left the hotel. While making our way out of New York we began with the coach intros.
The coach ...
... amazing fusion of dance, circus and theatre aspects, directly above a very appreciable crowd.
Providence was a real find! Despite being off the main tourist trail, it has much to offer and with Newport easily accessible on its nearby coast and with its northern hinterland to explore we found plenty to do and enjoy!
... with John today, he had Jo Ann driving, her friend Jim was along (who we found out went to school in Ft. Wayne, IN – I was born there and still have a lot of family there), and their friend Bob came along too. Bob is quite simply an amazing man…he has done more in one lifetime than most of us could even remotely dream. He loves the circus, has a vast knowledge of it and clowning, traveled the Pony Express route by horse, loves The Iliad ...
... 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.