Sea Whale Motel
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... from the dodgiest park full of drug dealers! After dark we got our halloween on and walked around a pumpkin display thingy held at the zoo. As you'd expect it was very americanised with **** loads of snack stalls. We tried some 'pumpkin spiced ale' which neither tasted of pumpkin or spice but was festive! The carved pumpkins certainly rivalled my 'here's Johnny' from last year! Last but not least...on to ...
... as a downloadable weight management plan pdf which contains every little thing from the science of exactly how it functions to everyday dish plans making it very easy to adhere to. It can be downloaded and install effortlessly onto any sort of computer system or smart phone for prompt accessibility. Periodic fasting is both healthy and balanced as well as simple, and now the know-how is ...
... 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 ...
... state's high spot!
Rhode Island's only covered road bridge was our next stop. These unique structures, which often appear in movies, were primarily built to weather proof the bridges!
The historic crossing's tolls sign raised a smile as we realised that road tolls are not new, they just have far more sophisticated collection methods!
... restoring various sized donated vessels.
We were fascinated by the quality of work being done, and the number of boats being rebuilt back to as good if not better than new!
As sunset approached, we headed to the dock for our sunset cruise aboard the mv Gansett, a classically restored 50 foot lobster boat with capacity for 50 passengers.