Point Pleasant Inn
Travel Blogs from Bristol
... Steve and Julie (reminder: our captain and chef) had had enough and decided to leave on the spot. They packed their bags and off they went. Well, I cannot explain the mix of emotions I had then, and since then. As a yachtie, things took place after that which would NEVER happen in the yachting world, e.g. the owner's wife cooking dinner for her guests in the galley (crew area), the owner taking Andy and myself provisioning (he ...
After all that baseball action it wasn't easy to get up and head for Woods Hole MA to make the ferry to Martha's Vineyard but we managed. How lucky we were to have a gorgeous day for this trip. We were also lucky enough to be on tour with what must be the ...
... families were summering in Newport, including the Vanderbilts who constructed the largest "cottages", such as the Breakers in 1895. This 70-room mansion has approximately 65,000 sq ft of living space. The home was constructed at a cost of more than $12 million (approximately $331 million in today's dollars adjusted for inflation). The entrance is marked ...
... to sample the raw bar offerings paying careful attention to the Local Oysters.
This night we both enjoyed the Malpeque Oysters from Prince Edward Island, Canada. These crisp oysters are very tender with a nice balance of brininess and sweetness. My safety oyster tonight was a Connecticut Blue Point. The Blue Points have s have a fresh, crisp, ...
... we went out to a pizza place in Bristol, fantastic pizza was had by all!
On day 3 we started off with a wee walk around Grandad's condo complex. He is the head honcho there, and as President of the board of Governors he calls all of the shots. I hadn't been to his place in many years and Eilidh never at all, so it was fun to be shown around and get a feel for the place. After that we went for ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services