Comfort Inn & Suites Dayville
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We were pretty pleased to be leaving Provincetown for a bigger city with hopefully some life. On the way down the coast we passed some mental halloween displays outside houses and took a detour to the Cape Cod crisp factory! Loads of free samples so I was happy. The city of Providence is pretty spread out and hard to navigate round. Our hotel, the Biltmore, was awesome - old style and grand but was right across ...
... through the gate more than once he would not graduate and if a girl did it she would not get married. Obviously these were really old (and sexist) superstitions but I wonder how many people avoid that gate anyways. We spent the evening in a McDonalds using their wifi and managed to only get a coffee. Yes that's right, we spent like 4 hours in a McDonalds but we didn’t eat anything. That’s some crazy willpower. We spent the evening at the Cranston ...
Woke to another glorious day. Checked the Amtrak website to discover that our train may be late as there was a lot of freight trains on the line. But it was still due to depart on time. We checked out if the hotel, wandered down to get a coffee then back to collect our bags for the 10 minute walk to the station. We arrived at the station to discover the train to Chicago was running probably an hour late. Great consternation as the train to Chicago that we were taking as far ...
... the middle of nowhere and a grist mill with johnny cakes plus the opportunity to see some Fall colour.
Starting in downtown Providence, we were surprised to find that we were the only booking on the day for this tour!
But in true "show must go on" tradition, tour co-owner Ted Strickland soon had us on the road in his car for a very personalised "Country Rhode Island" tour!
Our first stop was an apple orc************y Farms, ...
... eerie. I love knowing that it is still there and that I will always be a part of that community but I also noticed that I no longer felt that I belonged there all year-round.
Leaving Massachusetts, I finally felt ready to start the next chapter of my life.
Thank you Holy Cross Class of 2014! I look forward to seeing many of you when I get back in May!
PS. I promise that future posts wont't be as lengthy!