NYLO Providence/Warwick

Address: 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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      Providence, dodgy parks & A LOT of jack o lanterns

      A travel blog entry by lizzel on Oct 30, 2014

      9 photos

      We were pretty pleased to be leaving Provincetown for a bigger city with hopefully some life. On the way down the coast we passed some mental halloween displays outside houses and took a detour to the Cape Cod crisp factory! Loads of free samples so I was happy. The city of Providence is pretty spread out and hard to navigate round. Our hotel, the Biltmore, was awesome - old style and grand but was right across ...

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      A travel blog entry by cariverga on Oct 05, 2014

      ... 10 99;е за долго 77; время некон 76;ицион& #1080;роваl 5;ным возду 93;ом. Самые невид 72;нно актив 85;ые ...

      Like Gretel & Aust' II - Aussies keep coming back!

      A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Sep 19, 2014

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... building and grounds.




      The Breakers was built in 1895 by railway entrepreneur, Cornelius Vanderbilt III of New York as his summer residence.



      The 70 room "summer" estate includes a two and half story high Great Hall and a Morning Room adorned with platinum leaf wall panels.




      Its interiors feature rare marble, alabaster and gilded wood ...

      The Road to Rhode Island

      A travel blog entry by gazzatron on Sep 27, 2011

      7 photos

      ... 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

      2 comments

      ... 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 ...