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  • Castle Hill Lighthouse, Newport Rhode Island

Rhode Island’s perfectly preserved Colonial architecture sets the stage for this affluent area of historic villages chalked-full of waterfront restaurants, fancy shopping and a fertile countryside inviting you to explore New England’s smallest state. The capital city, prestigious Providence, is where the foodies of the region reign supreme and the intellectual prowess of the locals makes for great conversations as you walk past restored Gilded Age mansions along Benefit Street in this refined city with a small-town appeal. If beaches call out to you, the powder-white swaths of Rhode Island’s South County sands lead to nature preserves, antique shops and art galleries or head out from Galilee, Jerusalem or Snug Harbour for a boating or a fishing expedition. Live jazz and aristocratic vibes hum throughout the opulent, walkable streets of Newport where the likes of the Vanderbilts, Astors and Belmonts vacationed in style and a 70 room “cottage” was just right and where sailing is much more than just a hobby.

Don your best Sunday hat and stomp divots at the half like a polo-pro in Portsmouth where competitors from across the globe face off in white linen on muscular steeds during the summer months. On Block Island, 17 miles of sand butting up against the dizzying cliffs of majestic Mohegan Bluffs, where ocean air strokes your skin along coastal patios and locals and tourists alike dine on fresh clam chowder.  Ride bikes or hike inland through the Clay Head Nature Trail where ruby-crowned kinglets and peregrine falcons sing, and soar and the pink sunrise tickles the 200-foot cliffs along Mohegan Trail where surfers brave the waves below. 

 

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