NYLO Providence/Warwick

400 Knight Street, Warwick, Rhode Island, 02886, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 400 Knight Street, Warwick, is near Buttonwoods City Park, Nathanael Greene Homestead, Eagle Quest Golf Dome, and Washington Secondary Bike Path.
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    Back in the U.S.!!! Seeing friends old and new

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... and I went to bed very happy.

    We woke up to an yet another amazing meal. This time it was a delicious breakfast of poached egg in a cup of white toast - under the poached egg, was Canadian bacon and the bearnaise sauce was on top. If that wasn't enough, there was bacon on the side!

    Our bellies full for the day (almost), we left Jan and Patrick's beautiful home and headed for Cape Cod.
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    Newport, Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by sandycropper on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... 1600's. Then we drove past lots of mansions along the way. Newport was where the Vanderbilts, Rockerfellers, etc. built their 'cottages' which were actually mansions! Had lunch at Black Pearl on the Harbor. Then walked along Cliff Walks behind the mansions. The ocean is so clear that you can see the rocks ...

    Martha's Vineyard to Newport

    A travel blog entry by k-rod on Sep 10, 2014

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    ... coast industrialists who were able to enjoy the season whilst having the easy proximity to Boston or NYC should an emergency arise.

    The walk took us about 1.5 hours and was very pleasant. The centre piece was "The Breakers", completed in 1895 for a cost of $12 million. Cornelius Vanderbilt was the commissioner of the build for that unimaginable pile of cash.

    We headed into Newport downtown for lunch and our last bite of New England lobster. Walking ...

    The Road to Rhode Island

    A travel blog entry by gazzatron on Sep 27, 2011

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    ... digging us. Nick opened up with a sports question, and we were in. Kim bought us a round of Mind Erasers, a truly horrifying shooter that you have to drink with a straw from the bottom up before the various components mix together, and eat through the glass. It was a bit rank, a bit chocolately, and it slipped down like fizzy tar. They mentioned that they were gonna hit Providence, the capital city of Rhode Island, and invited us to join them. I mean obviously ...

    Notes from the Lone Traveler

    A travel blog entry by lone_traveler on Apr 22, 2011

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    ... features 80 trees and shrubs sculpted into geometrical forms and animal shapes - everything from a giraffe to a teddy bear; Casey Farm (c. 1750) in Saunderstown or Coggeshall Farm (c. 1790) in Bristol, two authentic historical working farms. Both feature livestock and tours of historic farm buildings; and two planetariums to view the stars, planets, and constellations – one in Roger Williams Park in Providence, and the other at the ...