Holiday Inn Express Warwick/Providence

Address: 901 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick, Rhode Island, 02886, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 901 Jefferson Boulevard, Warwick, is near Roger Williams Park Zoo, Buttonwoods City Park, Pawtuxet Village, and Washington Secondary Bike Path.
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    Travel Blogs from Warwick

    My first full Rhode Island day - Newport

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... to the car. Felt slightly drained after a full day of sun but was totally worth it seeing Newport it's beautiful. Chilled for a bit when I got in then paul & Ray made a lovely home cooked meal of pork with potato salad & broccoli! Was so good to have some home cooked food and especially I missed my broccoli so was amazing to eat some veg!! Then a chilled evening resting my full belly was in order ready for another packed Rhode Island day ...

    Brooklyn to Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Aug 09, 2015

    8 photos

    ... different or ones we don't get! And I got myself some tweezers, how I forgot mine I do not know being a beautician and everything and being so obsessed with my brows. After there we went to pauls daughters house which was your typical all American house with the front porch and massive back yard. They had ordered take out pizza & got a beautiful big cake & piñata! Proper American kids birthday party. I ...

    The 48th State

    A travel blog entry by oneworldonebike on Jul 22, 2015

    ... in USA in the year 1900. Their burgers remain unchanged and still cooked on the original grill. The place was tiny and packed with a mix of locals and tourists. One table and a few chairs, most people were getting take away. The burgers were OK ...

    The Road to Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by gazzatron on Sep 27, 2011

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    ... myself. I just stood at the counter like a prick until the upbeat and friendly woman [ they're all like that here ] noticed me loitering and told me she'd come over. This place is typical diner style, which I loved. Low counter for the regulars, kitchen right there at the back, couple of booths and some frames posters of other different diners all of the walls. The window's boasted that Scotty's speciality was pancakes, so I had a short stack [ 2 pancakes, ...

    Notes from the Lone Traveler

    A travel blog entry by lone_traveler on Apr 22, 2011


    ... which still exists to this day. The early 1700s was a period of prosperity for Rhode Island. Farming and sea trading became profitable businesses. Providence and Newport were among the busiest ports in the New World. Rhode Island was the first colony to prohibit the importation of slaves. Following the Revolutionary War, industrial growth began in Rhode Island. In 1793, Samuel Slater's mill in Pawtucket became America's first successful ...