15 Best Small Towns to Visit in Rhode Island
15 Best Small Towns to Visit in Rhode Island: New Shoreham, Narragansett, Wickford Village, Hopkinton, Jamestown, Little Compton, Richmond, Foster, Charlestown, Watch Hill, Glocester, Exeter, Westerly, Harrisville
Most Haunted Places In Rhode Island
These are what I believe to be the most haunted places in the Ocean State.
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Providence City Hall: Anatoli Lvov
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Ladd School: Google Maps
Ruffstone Tavern: Google Maps
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Newport, RI by Drone in 4K
For the 11th video in our Blank by Drone series we take you to charming Newport, Rhode Island. We just completed a 14-month roadtrip around the United States in which we filmed many videos. We have plenty more in the works, so if you liked this video, please subscribe to see more.
We were contacted by the Newport tourism office, Discover Newport, and asked if we'd like to make a video of their wonderful town. We are so happy we did. We spent a week in Newport, and between filming (mostly in the mornings and evenings) we were able to spend some time enjoying ourselves around the town. It's such a beautiful place! So a very special 'thank you' goes out to everyone at Discover Newport:
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The equipment used for this video was mostly the DJI Phantom 2 with a GoPro Hero 4 mounted on a Zenmuse H3-3D gimbal. Some of the shots were filmed with a DJI Phantom 3 Professional, and the twilight shots were filmed with a DJI Inspire 1 Raw...a new system for me which I'm very excited about!
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Exploring West Island, Rhode Island
BoatingLocal's Tom Richardson and noted underwater videographer Mike Laptew take their kayaks to West Island off Rhode Island's Sakonnet Point to visit the former site of an exclusive fishing club. Check out the full article with photographs at You can also find many more stories and articles about New England recreational boating at
House Sitting in Providence Rhode Island
House sitting in Providence Rhode Island for a month. It's time off of travel but it helps pay the bills and gives me free rent for a while. Besides I get along well with animals.
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Top 10 Prettiest Towns in United States | Prettiest Towns in USA
Top 10 Prettiest Towns in United States
Do you live in one of the America’s prettiest cities? It’s impossible to say what’s “best” for everyone, of course. But where’s the fun in not trying? Here, below is our list of top 10 prettiest towns in United States. These beautiful towns are not only thriving economically, they’ve also got all you could want in a place to raise a family: plenty of green space, good schools, and a strong sense of community.
10. Edgartown, Massachusetts
Edgartown is a town located on Martha’s Vineyard in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the county seat of Dukes County. Widely known as an exclusive enclave for the affluent and famous, the island is at its most charming in Edgartown, the largest and most expensive community on the Vineyard.
9. Key West, Florida
Closer to Cuba than it is to the mainland United States, Key West exudes a laid-back and casual vibe that is different than almost any other town in the country. It’s a place that marches to its own (usually steel) drummer.
8. Longview, Washington
Not even the port industry that clusters around the Lewis and Clark bridge can block the scenery of one of the Pacific Northwest’s most charming towns. “It is one of the only, if not the only planned community in the west at the time,” says Foster Church of “Discovering Main Street.
7. Athens, Georgia
A university town that enjoyed a small measure of renown in the ‘80s and ‘90s, thanks to a fertile music scene which gave birth to the B-52s and R.E.M., among others. Athens is earning a more recent reputation as a post-industrial success story.
6. Tarrytown, New York
Tarrytown’s rich history, including being a throughway on the Underground Railroad, name-dropped by Washington Irving in “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” and, later, one of the preferred Upstate getaways for New York’s rich and powerful, is visible wherever you go in this Hudson River-side town
5. Fort Benton, Montana
Fort Benton is a city in and the county seat of Chouteau County, Montana, United States. A portion of the city was designated as a National Historic Landmark District in 1961. Established in 1846, a full generation before the U.S. Civil War, Fort Benton is one of the oldest settlements in the American West. Founded as a fur-trading post in 1847, the town flourished well into the 1860s, when the Gold Rush cash was flowing back eastward.
4. Breckenridge, Colorado
In a state known for its charming alpine ski towns, Breckenridge stands out both for its stunning vistas, charming streets, family-friendly vibe and – most importantly, for many visitors – unsurpassed proximity to a wide variety of world-class ski options. With giant peaks, more than 150 trails.
3. Gatlinburg, Tennessee
With its charming, quaint old buildings in the centre of town, its dramatic mountain backdrop and the only ski resort in Tennessee, Gatlinburg has become a popular tourist destination for regional fun-seekers.
2. Camden, Maine
Camden is a famous summer colony in the Mid-Coast region of Maine. Similar to Bar Harbor, Nantucket and North Haven, Camden is well known for its summer community of wealthy Northeasterners, mostly from Boston, New York and Philadelphia. “It’s like a movie set. In fact, it has often been a movie set.”
1. Newport, Rhode Island
Known for being the city of some of the “Summer White Houses”. Like a town stuck in time but with the occasional hole in the space-time continuum to allow for modern touches, Newport, with its stunning harbor and bevy of old homes, is the quintessential New England town. Newport’s fame began as a 19th century summertime visitors’ magnet of a town, and it still reliably draws in clusters of visitors, both for the daytime shopping, eating, and sightseeing options
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Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI
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Enoy this fast ride up the shoreline! St. Croix, US Virgin Islands
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Concord, NH state capitol
Concord, NH state capitol
Travelling with Bruce Thursday Night Prime Time Trivia! Top Popcorn Producing States!
Travelling with Bruce Thursday Night Prime Time Trivia! Top Popcorn Producing States! It's trivia time! Tell me the states in the USA that have at least 10% Spanish speakers as their mother tongue. What are the 30 busiest airports in Europe? Which countries produce the most coconuts? Tell me every movie Hugh Grant has been in?