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The Elms Mansion, Newport, Rhode Island, USA

The Elms was the third Newport Mansion that we visited on our second day in Newport, Rhode Island, 2015.  By this time we were both feeling just a little bit tried, what with the heat and all the walking…..these Mansions are huge.   243 more words


Newport, Rhode Island’s Historic Elegance: Gilded Age Mansions, Tennis Legends and a Memorable Cliff Walk by Maureen C. Bruschi

A trip to Newport, Rhode Island is like taking a faraway voyage back in time.  The town offers mansion tours, harbor cruises, a scenic 3 ½ mile Cliff Walk, historic landmarks, homes, forts and museums, tennis history, and bustling wharfs with enchanting restaurants and shops.  1,441 more words

Photo of the Day: Newport Mansions Parts 3 and 4

This will count as the Photos of the Day for November 20 and 21, since I just missed posting this on November 20…

There are two other mansions we visited in Newport. 14 more words


Planning application: The Elms

Planning application reference S/094/02021/15 has been received by the Parish Council and is now being considered by the Parish Council. Your observations are requested no later than 27 November 2015. 92 more words

Parish Council

A Tale of Unbelievable Opulence, Social Activism in the Gilded Age, and this Disgruntled Writer's Complete and Utter Disgust for Daylight Savings Time

Well, hey there! I know it isn’t Wednesday, and I know this isn’t part II of “There and Back Again.” I am finding writing about things in “real time” is incredibly easier than the twists and turns of memory, and the frustrations of finding, editing and uploading my cross-country photos. 1,206 more words


Mobile Library Service

From John Dudley:

The mobile library visits Kirkby on Bain once a month on Fridays from 10:30 – 11pm. The vehicle stops outside The Elms: 33 more words


A Visual Journey through Newport, Rhode Island: Mansions, Merchants, Millionaires and …Monkeys?

A walk through Newport, Rhode Island is an adventure in time travel.  The price of admission is small; the fee allows the visitor to enter a world of fantasy filled with, what for most of us are, unattainable treasures.  540 more words

Trips And Tramps