La Farge Perry House
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... held true on this visit, but there is so much more to the experience. First, the architecture here is beautiful. The shingle style homes are a particular favorite, and gothic revival churches are everywhere. New England just seems older - which makes no sense, as the land of the US is pretty much the same age to my knowledge - but long lines of jutting out of the ground where you ...
... 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. ...
Caught the ferry back to Falmouth, picked up our car and drove 70 miles in an hour to Newport.
Woke up with sore heads and no hot water in the shower, super bad combo. It was 12.30 pm and way past check out, so we packed and bolted to the ferry without showering.
Thankfully the gods were on our side as there was a ferry leaving in 5 minutes so we made a run for it from the hotel. We made it just in time.
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Thank you to Billy & Barb and Billy IV for introducing us to Narragansett beer, Australian Fosters commercials, beach time Rhode Island style, Roxy t-shirts, fire-pits and cheesy hot-dogs and for hosting a huge family cook-out! A special thanks to Billy IV for introducing Ben to the amazing dancers at the Scorpion Bar and for introducing us to Foxwoods, the biggest Casino in the ...
... 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.