Rhode Trip

I’m continuing the New England vacation thread with Providence, Rhode Island.  After some R&R at the beach in Madison, CT, we made our way up to Providence.  We spent the day exploring downtown, Brown University, and the restaurant scene.

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We began our Rhode Island adventure with donuts, at the famous PVDonuts.  If you are ever in the Providence area, stop in and treat yourself to a gourmet, ridiculously fluffy, and beautifully garnished donut.

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Following the sweet food coma, we burned some of our calories by walking through the Brown University campus, before stopping at The Duck & Bunny for a light lunch.

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I HIGHLY recommend eating at The Duck & Bunny if you are in this town.  Apart from the delicious food and drinks, the overall atmosphere of the restaurant is super charming and unique.

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We also opted for a gondola ride on the Providence River–this is a great way to see the entire city scape.

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Before heading to Boston the following morning, we stopped at Sydney, for a quick breakfast bite.  This was yet another wonderful Providence eatery.

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Words of wisdom.

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We lucked out with yet another room with a view on this trip, at the Renaissance Providence Hotel.  

Stay tuned for the final thread of the New England adventure: Boston.

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  1. All those pics make me want to hop on a plane RIGHT NOW!!! I love that part of the country and I need an epic trip to see it all!

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