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1 West Exchange Street, Providence, United States
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After so many months of planning, dreaming, talking and googling, my trip is finally here! I'd like to say that this Bronx-born city girl that's never been camping is doing a 360 and packing a tent and sleeping bag in her backpack; HOWEVER, I am ...
COMING HOME Fearless traveler or not, I wanted to spend my 30th birthday in the company of family, friends and a few Patron Tequila shots. This pit stop also gave me time to pause and reflect on my trip thus far. Here's what I've learned in the ...
IT ALL STARTED WITH THANKSGIVING AND A CHRISTMAS TREE... Doņa Nuris and her son, David have been very friendly and welcoming to me since I moved into their Ciudad Colon neighborhood a few months ago. They have invited me over to their house many times ...
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Atwells Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Sip a strong espresso at an outdoor cafe, grab a quick pizza for lunch or dine in style at a gourmet Italian restaurant in this historic section of the city, also know as Little Italy. You'll know you have arrived by the huge arched gateway, with a bronzed pinecone, which marks the entry to the neighborhood.
Memorial Boulevard, Downtown Providence, Rhode Island, United States
From May to October, bonfires are lit on the three rivers of downtown Providence as part of a unique urban sculpture by award-winning artist Barnaby Evans. Together with music from around the world, the glow and aroma of the fires create an enchanting atmosphere for onlookers.
Johnson and Wales University, 315 Harborside Blvd. Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Known as "The Smithsonian Institution of the Food Service Industry," this museum houses over 500,000 items spanning five centuries of the culinary and hospitality industries.
Elmwood Avenue, Providence, Rhode Island, United States