Wyndham Inn on the Harbor
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... held true on this visit, but there is so much more to the experience. First, the architecture here is beautiful. The shingle style homes are a particular favorite, and gothic revival churches are everywhere. New England just seems older - which makes no sense, as the land of the US is pretty much the same age to my knowledge - but long lines of jutting out of the ground where you ...
... 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 ...
... 8217;s , the city became a summer resort for many of the wealthy and famous of the New England States; during this times many of the wealthy of the eastern seaboard built lavish homes of which The Breakers built by the Vanderbilt family is a prime example. It was also known as the Summer Whitehouse for the Eisenhower and Kennedy Presidential Administrations.
But this day we would only pay cursory attention to this famous and historic port. This port would ...
The RISD museum affiliated with the Rhode Island School of Design,
an art school, but is also the main art museum in Rhode Island. The RISD Museum
is said to be 20th largest art museum in U.S., but I’m not sure how
that’s measured, possibly by number of items owned in collection. I’m very
doubtful it would qualify based on square footage or number of items on
display, since ...
... campuses also have attractive architecture, so their greens and quads are like
parks surrounded by pretty buildings and inhabited by intelligent people. I
found Brown’s campus to be especially pleasant and tranquil, far less
overdeveloped with new modern buildings that have changed the vibe of so many
college campuses, especially those in urban settings.