Rose Island Lighthouse
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I've always had a romantic idea of New England - fisherman, lobstah, oysters and clams. I haven't had much opportunity to explore it before now, and work in Rhode Island afforded the perfect opportunity to wet my beak.
Past experiences in driving through NE have given me a brief look at what would be in store - rock fences, narrow streets, and homes with little to no space between them. ...
... are rude on purpose and make fun of you. The food was good, the service – as expected was very bad. After dinner we went back to the coach and went back to the hotel. Near the hotel was a bowling alley. I did not bowl, i just watched the others and drank and talked with some of the others that did not bowl either. After a few hours a small group of us went to a tavern across the road and had a quick drink before heading off to ...
... next to reinstall some sense of reality and grounding; the rooms were lovely but some of the bedrooms were very plain and simple, in a basic style. The interior designer commissioned for the bedrooms was another to the designer for the grand hall and main floor and they were worlds apart! The designer for the bedrooms believed in a more simple style. I imagine that this was the birth of overpricing! Something simple and basic but under a certain name you can charge ...
... and maybe crowd control in the
busier ones). At RISD, though, a large part of the painting collection is in
the Grand Gallery, a large room in which paintings are hung in multiple levels
and cover almost the entire wall space. That’s actually the way art used to be
presented and was hung in royal collections where the goal was to create an
overwhelming impression rather than focus on individual paintings.
... There’s something pleasant about many university campuses that goes
beyond just being around smart people, mostly younger ones. With some
exceptions, college campuses are oases of relative tranquility in urban
landscapes, usually with large quads with limited access for noisy motor
vehicles which are forced to stay around campus peripheries. Many ...