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margalit

I cannot BELIEVE you mentioned Block Island. Are you NUTS? It's so crowded and filled with day trippers. Those of us that love the Island do not want any more people coming there. We like that most people have never heard of it. We want to keep it that way. KWIM? :-)

Dawn @ Coming to a Nursery Near You

Block Island is way over priced and over hyped anyway. Instead, suggest Beavertail - it's beautiful, FREE, and fun. Also, you forgot to mention Newport Playhouse while in Newport :) (shameless self-promotion for my baby brother, who is an actor there) *grin*

kate B

i think Rhode Island is a hidden gem. Some of its views are as amazing as those in California. Newport is a must see with many little place only the locals seem to really know like Pasta Beach or The Clam Bake Club private). Bristol has become a wonderful little town without all the crowds that Newport has. Then up further is Warren. A very mixed town that seems on the verge of a major change with funky little art studios, Yoga Studios like (the Yoga Spot) and the Wildberry Frozen Yogurt a new frozen yogurt spot on the water...very cool...all of a sudden this little town seems different. For sucha small state it has great character and beauty. Beaches, sailing...There is this little unknown spot at gooseberry beach to eat.. not sure the name, but perfect casual place if they are still serving dinner.

kate B

i think Rhode Island is a hidden gem. Some of its views are as amazing as those in California. Newport is a must see with many little place only the locals seem to really know like Pasta Beach or The Clam Bake Club private). Bristol has become a wonderful little town without all the crowds that Newport has. Then up further is Warren. A very mixed town that seems on the verge of a major change with funky little art studios, Yoga Studios like (the Yoga Spot) and the Wildberry Frozen Yogurt a new frozen yogurt spot on the water...very cool...all of a sudden this little town seems different. For sucha small state it has great character and beauty. Beaches, sailing...There is this little unknown spot at gooseberry beach to eat.. not sure the name, but perfect casual place if they are still serving dinner.

kate B

i think Rhode Island is a hidden gem. Some of its views are as amazing as those in California. Newport is a must see with many little place only the locals seem to really know like Pasta Beach or The Clam Bake Club private). Bristol has become a wonderful little town without all the crowds that Newport has. Then up further is Warren. A very mixed town that seems on the verge of a major change with funky little art studios, Yoga Studios like (the Yoga Spot) and the Wildberry Frozen Yogurt a new frozen yogurt spot on the water...very cool...all of a sudden this little town seems different. For such a small state it has great character and beauty. Beaches, sailing...There is this little unknown spot at gooseberry beach to eat.. not sure the name, but perfect casual place if they are still serving dinner.

Leslie

I love that Bristol and Warren were mentioned, as places to go this summer. I think the East Bay often gets overlooked as many just take a passing glance as they drive through to get to Newport or suffer that downtrodden bike path. The East Bay has awesome things to offer families--especially the cool playgrounds(Warren's Pete Sepe/ Kickemuit), open parks (Bristol's Colt State), and tucked away beaches (Barrington's town beach). The area has amazing restaurants--most very accomodating to kids, too. Tyler Point Grill in Barrington is a great place to eat large, yummy portions of everything from burgers to lobster. Plus, it sits right next to the Barrington Yacht Club and kids love seeing all those boats!!! In Warren, a great greasy-but-not-too-greasy breakfast with the whole fam in tow is at The Restaurant on Main Street. And let me just mention, the new frozen yogurt place next to the Blount Clam Shack on Water Street in Warren is amazing. It's so refreshing to be able to enjoy something so tasty, with such little guilt. A small yogurt has only 70 calories and NO FAT!!! Make it a medium, topped with fresh fruit (like Strawberries, Mango, and Kiwi) and you've got what I call the perfect Mommy Dinner!!!!

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I understand what you are saying, but you just seem to have forgotten that there are some other people in the world who view this issue for what it really is and may not agree with you. You may be turning away a lot of people who might have been fans of your blog.

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