Journals Providence

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Roger Williams Park Zoo Adventure

Created by flyinggirl on July 23, 2005

2 Reviews

Kid- AND adult-friendly! Let's face it, zoos can be hit-or-miss as far as fun goes, yet this one is well-done! Animals are in natural-looking environments, and it's clean, with plenty of shade and rest stops. There is more inside.

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Restaurants in Providence, RI

Created by LeanderMB on August 18, 2004

1 Review

A quick overview of some of the can't-miss upscale eateries in Providence, RI.

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Daytripping in Providence

Created by ShannonBrooke on August 12, 2003

2 Reviews

Living in Boston, I visit Providence frequently. It´s a great little city, with terrific restaurants, shopping, and some great architecture.

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"Weekend in Rhode Island"

Created by Blar2 on July 2, 2002

2 Reviews

During the Spring and Summer walk to view the spectacular fires. Music is playing and food is available. If you are in the Providence area when a water fire is planned it's a must to see.

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Don't forget about Providence!

Created by Htillber on August 3, 2001

5 Reviews

Providence is brimming with activity and culture, in a laid-back setting. From your first Waterfires night or a trip to RISD's museum...you'll be hooked!!!

Providence, RI

Created by finzup on May 5, 2001

8 Reviews
1 Story

This journal is to describe the restaurants, activities in the Providence, RI area, where I live.

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Secrets in Providence

Created by Hockeyhunter on February 28, 2001

1 Review

I used to live here. Up and coming city.

Providence: Better than the TV Show

Created by Tavia on January 10, 2001

4 Reviews
1 Story

One chilly day in February, my boyfriend and I traipsed around Providence. At first, it seemed to me a city of echoes -- I felt the hills of San Francisco, and the Colonial quaintness of Boston -- yet quickly realized it has a character all its own.

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Providence: Gifts from on High

Created by reef2020 on October 30, 2000

2 Reviews
3 Stories

When Roger Williams came to this marshy spot at the northern end of Narragansett Bay back in 1620, he named it Providence - a gift from God. Today, this vibrant city offers many gifts for travellers.



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