Yankee Peddler Inn
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... here? Probably not - I don't much care for seafood and I prefer to be a bit out of the city anyhow - but it does make a fantastic place to visit. I'd imagine the summer months would be much more tourist oriented, if the pay parking meters (free from Sept-Apr) are any indication, but I prefer the off months anyhow, when it's easy to find parking and strolling along isn't hindered by pedestrian traffic. ...
... left, i unpacked, did some sink laundry, uploaded some pictures, used the internet and got ready for the night.
We meet up again and got on the coach. We had an introduction of the city of Boston and began a driving tour of the city. A night drive, we saw a lot of the main sites and lights of the city, then headed off to our included dinner. The dinner near the Quincy market was at Dick's last resort. A place where ...
... see some of the port of Newport so he gave us a short tour of the town which included a viewing of the Breakers. We were soon on the main road out of town over a bridge to Jamestown where we would take another bridge to the mainland. Like all of Rhode Island, nothing is a long drive. We were soon leaving the main highway for a country lane that wound thru a forested area back to their house. Being from San Jose, we are not as accustomed to homes in the woods. The ...
The museum has a mix of art from all parts of world an eras
but with a strong focus on American art and impressionist paintings. Being
affiliated with a design school, the museum also displays much period furniture
and decorative arts. The rather limited space leads to a rather unique
presentation of art. Nowadays in most museum each painting is hung separately
for contemplation of the ...
... campuses also have attractive architecture, so their greens and quads are like
parks surrounded by pretty buildings and inhabited by intelligent people. I
found Brown’s campus to be especially pleasant and tranquil, far less
overdeveloped with new modern buildings that have changed the vibe of so many
college campuses, especially those in urban settings.