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
Visiting Narragansett, Town in Rhode Island, United States - Best Place in USA
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Little Compton - A Rhode Island Jewel by Walt Barrett
One of the most beautiful and historic towns in the state of Rhode Island. For those of you that do not know, Rhode Island, our 13th state, is located on the east coast of the USA between Connecticut and Massachusetts. Rhode Island is the smallest in the union and has many beautiful beaches and historic old towns. It was first settled in 1636.
Unique Places to Visit in Rhode Island
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025 Visiting Newport Rhode Island with Kids
Newport Rhode Island is known as the sailing capital of the world but it is also home to gorgeous mansions, fun restaurants, and beautiful beaches -- making it a perfect family getaway destination. Today we talk with Helena Bee from That Newport Show to get her inside tips on what to do, where to stay and where to eat in and around Newport, Rhode Island. ON THE PODCAST :034 Tamara talks about her road trip through New York's Adirondacks and Finger Lakes 10:30 About Helena Bee from That Newport Show 15:00 Best time to visit Newport 19:30 Best beaches in Rhode Island 21:35 Top attractions in Newport 30:02 Off-the-beaten path around Newport 32:32 Where to stay in Newport 35:35 Favorite restaurants 37:51 Where to take a family photo 38:45 Helena's favorite travel gear 41:47 Tip of the week: take the Providence-Newport ferry 44:09 Taking a break next week but stay tuned for Priceline tips! ABOUT HELENA AND BUCK FROM THAT NEWPORT SHOW Buck and Helena from That Newport Show are a couple of old punks who survived what they call “the toddler years” (plus a few extra). As they slowly regain their sanity, they are once again venturing out into the world to get their party on. They may be a bit slower these days, but they are also a lot wiser. And honestly, a lot more fun. Buck Harris Buck’s new to the Rhody game, but not even close to new when it comes to having a good time. He’s charming, smart, and handsome. If you’ve got a party going on, Buck’s the guy who will make it fun. But don’t let his good looks and charm fool you. He is wicked smaaht, too. When he isn’t tooling around Newport with his honey, Buck has a serious job as Vice President for an economic development group that finances and supports small businesses in Rhode Island. Buck has two beautiful, horse-addicted daughters of his own. With the benefit of hindsight and a little encouragement from Helena, he is completely redefining what it means to be a grown-up. (Hint: It’s way more fun than it used to be.) Helena Bee Born and raised just north of NYC, Helena is a fireball of Italian pride mixed with a good dose of Yankee practicality. Now a full-time Rhode Island resident, Helena’s adventures have mostly been on horseback. Yeah, she’s one of those people. In fact, she co-founded the #1 equestrian network in the world, the Horse Radio Network. As a veteran podcaster, she also hosts HRN’s super popular Stable Scoop Radio Show. When not behind the mic recording shows, Helena tends to her two horses, a 13-year-old whipper snapper of a kid, and everything that farm life demands. NEWPORT TIPS & FAVORITES Newport makes a great long weekend getaway if you are in driving or train distance If coming from further away, plan to stay a week Summer is the main tourist season in Newport, but it is also beautiful in May, June and September In the winter you can see the mansions decorated for Christmas and enjoy skating at the Newport Skating Center Best beaches: First Beach has plenty of amenities for families Second Beach in Middletown Goosewing Beach in Little Compton -- secret beach run by a nature conservancy Top things to do: Sailing charter on the Narragansett Bay Sweet Berry Farm Newport Vineyards Newport Polo Newport Mansions -- The Breakers has a great family tour Tennis Hall of Fame Off-the-beaten path: Jamestown, RI -- Beavertail State Park Bristol, RI - 4th of July Parade Where to stay in Newport with kids: Newport Marriott -- nautical themed, kid-friendly, great location on the water Hotel Viking -- historic hotel right in the downtown area with a great spa Atlantic Beach Hotel -- right across from Second Beach with suites Where to eat in Newport: Clarke Cooke House The Red Parrot The Black Pearl Midtown Oyster Bar BEST PLACE TO TAKE FAMILY PHOTO Helena recommends taking a photo on the Cliff Walk, where you can see the Mansions and the Atlantic Ocean. Tamara also recommends the lawn at Castle Hill Inn. FAVORITE TRAVEL GEAR Helena always bring a pair of flip flops in Newport, in case you have to walk a bit in high heels on the cobblestones. She also like clogs from Swedish Hasbeens. Also, when coming to Newport always bring a sweater or light jacket, a hat and sunglasses because the weather changes and it can get really breezy. TIP OF THE WEEK If you take the train from New York or Boston to Providence, you can now take a ferry from Providence to Newport -- making it is a car-less vacation and avoiding all the traffic. MENTIONED ON THE PODCAST The Wild Center Dr. Frank's Ravines Wine Cellars Cider Creek Hard Cider Newport Skating Center Summer in Newport, RI Things to do in Newport RI in Winter Weekend Getaway to Newport, RI 12 Meter Charters Rum Runner II Newport Polo International Tennis Hall of Fame Newport Marriott Hotel Viking Atlantic Beach Hotel & Suites Providence-Newport Ferry FOLLOW US AND SPREAD THE WORD! If you liked this show,...