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 ...
... We parked in a super rich area of town where I am sure our van got snooty looks and walked down to the campus. It was not the nicest day outside once again but the campus was very pretty. There was a really fancy courtyard that led to all the frat and sorority buildings and it felt a little surreal like we were in a movie. There were tours going on for possible future students and a girl was explaining that a certain gate was considered bad luck. If a ...
... only went once a day. It connected with the only train north to Vermont so we were concerned we were going to be stranded in Springfield. Ended up asking at the Amtrak Boston office and the station manager spent about 20 minutes checking timetables and even trying to get on to Greyhound buses for us. However, the train was ready earlier than they expected and we got to Springfield 20 minutes before the Vermont train was due. On arrival we discovered that the train to Vermont ...
... Johnny Cakes were next on the agenda and the Kenyon's Grist Mill was not far away.
The ancient mill is in the centre of the quaint last century village of Usquepaugh on the Queens River.
In 1696 a small grist mill began to ground the farmers corn (grist) into a powder (meal) with the miller keeping a portion of the meal as payment.
In 1909 the Kenyon family purchased the mill and saw the potential for selling the ground meal ...
Six and 1/2 hour drive...not too bad. we stayed on the American side which is a state park. Lots of walking but we hopped a trolley cuz we got totally lost. Beautiful grounds but lots of construction going on. We were able to get real close to the falls from this side. Canadian side is more manicured and has lots of shops and restaurants. There were fireworks right outside our bedroom window that looked like they were coming right at us. ...