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100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die

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Title: 100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die
Author: Robert Curley
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Binding: Softcover
Pages: 192
ISBN: 9781681062112

From sunrise in the shadow of the Beavertail lighthouse to sunset on the deck of the Coast Guard House, 100 Things to Do in Rhode Island Before You Die will fill your days with experiences of a lifetime in the Ocean State. Fuel up for adventure with “only in Rhode Island” treats like Del’s lemonade, coffee “cabinets,” and New York System Wieners, then set course for a 12-meter yacht sail on Narragansett Bay, a day trip to Block Island to collect glass orbs and scale the Mohegan Bluffs, and a walk on the wild side of historic Newport’s Cliff Walk.

You’ll meet polo ponies, harbor seals, and some leafy green animals by day, and fill your nights with the sounds of live music at the Ocean Mist beach bar and the Rhythm and Roots festival and take in the sights (and smells) of Providence’s Waterfire.

Author Robert Curley has always lived within hailing distance of the sea, moving from his native Long Island to Rhode Island more than two decades ago and quickly falling in love with the quirky character and rich history of his adopted home. His carefully curated attractions and itineraries are your personal “Rhode Trip” for creating big memories in the littlest state.

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Forgive me if I repeat myself here, but since I moved to Rhode Island many years ago, I have definitely fallen in love with the beauty and history of this lovely little state.

Some say that Rhode Islanders don’t like going anywhere more than 10 minutes from home, but with the travel bug biting, many of us are now looking for in-state ideas for an afternoon, daytrip, or staycation. Each month, Bob Curley,

Some say that Rhode Islanders don’t like going anywhere more than 10 minutes from home, but with the travel bug biting, many of us are now looking for in-state ideas for an afternoon, day trip, or staycation. Each month, Bob

One of the earliest blogs I wrote, almost a decade ago, was on how to find the best travel guidebook.

When writer Bob Curley moved to Rhode Island from his home state of New York about 25 years ago, he looked around and liked what he saw: a lovely, quirky, somewhat tiny place packed with cool stops. Now, Curley celebrates

On the first day writer Robert Curley set foot in Rhode Island, he was job hunting in Woonsocket and grabbed a bite to eat at Ye Olde English Fish & Chips. Twenty eight years later, dining at the restaurant, a

Never have to answer the question “what do you want to do today?” again with this gift.

The guidebook is a fun and quirky take on all the must-dos in Rhode Island

The guidebook is a fun and quirky take on all the must-dos in Rhode Island

When writer Bob Curley moved to Rhode Island from his home state of New York about 25 years ago, he looked around and liked what he saw: a lovely, quirky, somewhat tiny place packed with cool stops.Now, Curley celebrates all

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Weight 0.5 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 in