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Finally Day 2

What can I say?! I've totally abandoned my writing and had turned to baking but during few moments of clarity, I realize that it would be totally amazing to document my travels and write down all the awesome and not so awesome places I have visited. Speaking of not to awesome, the very first thing on our agenda in Newport was a scenic train ride. I've always wanted to go on one and on one we went... Boooring!!! We then headed to Fort Adams which was I guess somewhat cool, not worth the trip but an intersting detour. The coolest thing about Fort Adams is that right from it you can continue on to the coolest drive ever along the ocean? lake? body of water! Pass the sign for Brenton Point State Park and continue on the windy road. You won't be sorry. Make sure you got cool song on the radio, your shades and don't look back. On our drive we stumbled upon Castle Hill Inn and lighthouse , which is a MUST SEE ! After

Filthy rich and starving, Day 1

It's been 166 days since my last 3 days trip (not to be confused with the amount of time passed since my last getaway). What can I say, I have been busy... mostly with baking cupcakes, watching bad movies on Saturday nights, cuddling on Sunday mornings and teaching baby K how to speak... but in a heartbeat, I gave that all up (except for cuddling, that came with me) and set out on a 3 day journey through CT and RI. Having left a day later then planned, we quickly crossed the slums of Queens and ended up in suburbs of CT. The familiar hour and a half drive brought on nothing but the constant fumbling with the radio buttons and obsession over my newly acquired Iphone. That quickly stopped as we entered the town of Greenwich, CT. Neither OK or I are fans of suburban life, white picket fences and/or soccer moms but WOW! these mansio.... errrr.. excuse me homes, are definitely worth checking out and are certainly something to be desired. Our first stop was the Dunnellen Hall - Built