The Anchor Motel

Address: 825 Ocean Road, Narragansett, Rhode Island, 02882, United States | Motel
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This motel, located on 825 Ocean Road, Narragansett, is near Point Judith Lighthouse, Scarborough Beach North and South, Roger W. Wheeler State Beach, and The Towers.
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    Travel Blogs from Narragansett

    Left Boston behind

    A travel blog entry by hcason on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... but had to go back because one of them had started taking in water. They had not even set off from Plymouth to start with but because of all the false starts had got dwindled down to one ship and eventually had made their way to Plymouth and with extra passengers set off from Plymouth. They had intended to head to the Hudson river but because of weather couldn't make it and also were more than a month late had to camp ...

    Newport, Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... 1600's. Then we drove past lots of mansions along the way. Newport was where the Vanderbilts, Rockerfellers, etc. built their 'cottages' which were actually mansions! Had lunch at Black Pearl on the Harbor. Then walked along Cliff Walks behind the mansions. The ocean is so clear that you can see the rocks ...

    A Couple More Lighthouses and the RI Coastline

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 11, 2014

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    ... a 368-foot collier (coal transport ship) underway from New York to Boston. Within 15 minutes Black Point had sunk in 100 feet of water less than 4 miles south of Point Judith. She was the last US-flagged merchant ship lost in World War II. Twelve men died, while 34 crew members were rescued. One of the rescuing ships sent a report of the torpedoing to authorities. The US Navy organized a "hunter-killer" group that included four ...

    Martha's Vineyard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 10, 2014

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    Summary

    Caught the ferry back to Falmouth, picked up our car and drove 70 miles in an hour to Newport.

    Highlights

    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.

    The ...

    Good first CS experience

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 14, 2014

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    ... and a beer at... you guessed it... the local irish pub round the corner.As a surprise, they had bingo on, so to supplement our meals amd conversation, we had something to pay minimal attention to. That was until i scored bingo first round, and earned myself a free shot. We were pretty into it after that, but the lucky of the irish never came through!After an hour or 2 we headed back to the apartment, chilled, talked and laughed until captain snooze took over and i retired to my ...