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The rich people who didn't build Newport mansions came up here, bought islands and built mansions on them, again as summer "cottages". People from Chicago, NYC, Key West, Boston, Philly, Procter and Gamble, Macy's, Pullman, Singer Sewing Machine, Waldorf Astoria Hotel, to name a few. The area wasn't too well known until President Grant was ...
As darkness approached, on a cold and frosty afternoon, we climbed into the car and made our way from Alexandria to Oswego, some 650km, which is in up state New York, near the border of Canada. What a journey! Sleet and snow, then running out of window cleaner and anti freeze the visibility became almost non existent. Brain refilled the washer container but the freezing conditions blocked the hose, it was not until we nearly arrived ...
... of the St. Lawrence River.
The boat took us on a 2 1/2 hour international tour through both the American and Canadian sections of the 1000 Islands, including Millionaire's Row. We saw one mansion more spectacular than the last as we cruised along on a VERY windy day. Many of these opulent homes were built during the gilded age. Our guide Tim, a ...
... piping hot, home cooked food. Maura had fish n' chips and I had lasagna with tossed salad and garlic bread at a bargain price. Delicious. Good Luck with the business, Annie!
Maura and I were too stuffed to eat the pie or cookies when we got back to the room. We played Rummy and fell asleep to the sound of rain softly pinging on the tin ...
"So that's New England out of the way", said Mrs Henry, writing in her official travel diary (gold-embossed with the logo of the Mr Henry Institute), or rather, I thought, not writing, but making a movement I associated with the notching of a tick.
Boston, Cape Cod (where we profitably visited a thrift shop, although a bit too macabre for my taste: just racks and racks with dead husbands’ shirts), Plymouth, a squillion cute little towns (is there a New ...