The Sea Breeze
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Continental Breakfast
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... just about come to the end of our little New England tour and have travelled through 6 states...at the moment we are in Newport, Rhode Island...home to some pretty rich folk and some serious boats!
The weather has been great, blue skies and sunny days so we have been blessed. Back to Boston tomorrow for a week then On to New York...
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“You haven’t been to Newport unless you’ve been on the harbour” he said. We did and he did, ferrying us back just before sunset for the flag lowering ceremony at the club. Bruce lowered the club burgee, and then offered to let me fire the cannon. We donned hearing protection, and as the sun set, I fired the small, silver thunder-maker. Bruce dutifully lowered the Stars and Stripes, and we wandered back up to the clubhouse, pretty stoked with our ...
... almost on my knees to get to our first floor room. We went for a short walk around town - it is very cold and still raining - so we retreated to the Oyster Bar for a drink and diner - excellent. Oh JFK and Jackie got married at the church across the road from our guesthouse. Sighting: A lot of pleasure craft and yachts - never seen so many since leaving NY. Mileage: 134 ...
... by his boss's frowning glances) telling them all abut Rhode Island specialities such as johnny cakes, lobster rolls, coffee milk and believe it or not a type of chow mein that is only found in this area.
And so with heads full of things they had learnt that day the backpackers set off to find their long awaited motel, passing on the way a typical yellow school bus just like ...
At Mystic Seaport the Conrad is an exhibit as well as a training ship for the Mystic Mariner Program, and the Museum’s educational programs. Although she goes to sea no longer, she continues to fulfill her original purpose.
La Amistad was a 19th-century two-masted schooner built in the US but owned by a Spaniard living in Cuba. It became renowned in July 1839 as the site of a slave revolt by Mendi captives, ...