The Providence Art Festival is an entertaining bazaar showcasing many talented and up-and-coming artists in Rhode Island. Westminster Street is closed down to all but foot traffic, where you can peruse the booths of art for sale.
If you really love a unique sporting event and are looking for somewhere special to visit this November, why not come on over to Lanzarote for the Ocean Lava Triathlon? You will bear witness to a truly incredible event that takes place on this stunning island with a volcanic backdrop and some of the clearest waters you can imagine.
There is so much to do on Martha’s Vineyard that even a long weekend wouldn’t suffice to see it all. Whether you’re looking for beaches, fine dining, historic lighthouses, fishing, exciting nightlife or just a relaxing time to recharge, Martha’s Vineyard has what you need. [Read more...]
The Providence Ghost Tour: a lamp-lighted tour through the creepiest (and most historic) parts of Providence’s East Side. Do you dare venture on this journey full of bizarre deaths and freaky happenings? [Read more...]
The John Adams house trolley tour is a lot of fun, very informative and inexpensive ($5 to get in, children and students get in free). The tour starts at the Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center; from there they take you by trolley to four destinations: 1) the birthplace of John Adams, 2) the birthplace of his son John Quincy Adams, 3) “The Old House” (also called “Peacefield” – John Adams house) and finally 4) The Stone Library. Both of the birthplaces are on the same lot of land; “The Old House” and The Stone Library are also located on one lot of land, meaning the tour really goes to just 2 destinations.
Located between New York City and Boston, Providence, Rhode Island often gets overlooked as a great destination to visit. As the capital of the smallest state, Providence often gets stereotyped as a small, boring city. When in fact, it is anything but small and boring. Providence is packed with many amazing activities and things to do and, in the last few decades, has reestablished itself as an important New England city. [Read more...]
The name of this northeastern region in the United States already resonates with history. It expresses the expectations of the English settlers coming to the New Continent who wished to rebuild their home country in a different place and live a better life. Today, the region embracing the states Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire is a popular place for travelers and temporary workers coming to the US. [Read more...]