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Uniquities of New England

DAY 1 Newport
Transfer to Newport and check-in to the Jailhouse Inn. The Old Newport County Jail is located in the heart of historic Newport, just steps from the waterfront and all of the city’s great dining, shopping and entertainment…not that the previous guests could enjoy it! Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Jailhouse is one of Newport’s
most historic structures, transformed into a beautiful and unique inn. This afternoon, visit such sites as the Newport
Tower, a mystery structure of unknown origins.Some believe it was built by the Vikings around 1100 AD, yet others think it may be an ancient astronomical observatory, and others believe it was built in the 17thc. as a Stone Mill. Also visit Touro Synagogue, the first synagogue in the United States and St. Mary’s Church, where John F. Kennedy married Jacqueline Bouvier in 1953. All sites are within walking distance of the inn.

DAY 2 Newport
Today, tour along Ocean Drive and Millionaire’s Row to view the magnificent â€œcottages” of the Gilded Age. Visit such
mansions as the Breakers and Marble House, both originally owned by the Vanderbilt family, or Rosecliff, where the most lavish Newport parties were held, it has also been the setting for movies such as The Great Gatsby True Lies and The Amistad.

DAY 3 Newport-White Mountains-North Conway (206 mi / 124 km)
Depart for the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Visit Franconia Notch State Park and The Flume Gorge, one of the top ten most beautiful state parks in the country, or choose to take the gondola to the summit of Cannon Mountain for breathtaking views of the Presidential Mountain Range. Drive along the scenic Kancamagus Highway to
North Conway before checking-in to Adventure Suites. Adventure Suites is a deluxe, theme hotel. Guests will check in to a room out of their wildest dreams. It may be the Love Shack, furnished with the psychedelic décor of the
1970’s, or they may have to survive the night in the Jungle Room, explore the unknown in the Cave, enjoy all the hip and modern conveniences of the NY Penthouse or relax in their own Movie Theatre…complete with Dolby Stereo. Adventure Suites takes guests  to another place and time. It’s not a hotel…it’s an experience!

DAY 4 North Conway – Mt. Washington – North Conway (53 mi / 32 km)
If one chooses to leave the hotel today, visit Mt. Washington. The highest peak in the northeast, one can drive up the auto road to the summit, or take the Cog Railway, the world’s first mountain climbing cog railway. The train climbs up a three mile-long trestle with a maximum gradient of over 37%, making it the second-steepest mountain climbing
train in the world and the steepest in North America! It is the only one entirely built on a trestle. The round trip takes approximately three hours, generally including a one hour stop at the summit. Some trains are fired by coal -- so dress accordingly! This afternoon, spend time in the village of North Conway, where one can find hundreds of outlet stores…or go back to Adventure Suites and explore your room! 

DAY 5 North Conway - Boston (137 mi / 82 km)
Transfer to Boston and check in to the Back Bay Hotel housed in what used to be headquarters for Boston’s Police Department, the oldest in the United States, dating back to the mid 1800’s. The building itself dates to the 1920’s and
was the scene for many an arresting episode.Today one can enjoy a drink and dinner in Cuffs, located in what used to be the cellar jail, From the hotel one can stroll the cobblestone streets of Boston’s historic Beacon Hill. This elegant neighborhood of Boston is home to the largest collection of homes in the country dating back over 200 years.
Take a Swan Boat ride through the Public Garden and quench your thirst at Cheers! 

DAY 6 Boston
It’s easy to take the “T” to Cambridge, home to Harvard University and MIT. Visit Harvard’s Museum of Natural History where one will find the Glass Flowers. This unique collection of over 3,000 models was created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph. The commission began in 1886, continued for five decades, and the
collection represents more than 830 plant species. Back in Boston, visit the Mapparium at the world headquarters of the Christian Science Daily Monitor. This room-sized globe is made of 608 pieces of stained glass and was created
in 1936 by the artist Chester Churchill.The acoustics inside the globe are as fascinating as the globe itself. The Mapparium is the only one of its kind in the world. 

Day 7 Boston
Take time for some last minute shopping at nearby Quincy Market before your release from jail. 
NewportJailhouse Inn
North ConwayAdventure Suites
BostonLoews Back Bay Hotel
Package includes 
  • Accommodations
  • Taxes
  • Fly-Drive Directions
  • Information Packet at Hotel upon arrival