“Dining at Bowens Island Restaurant is especially romantic, watching the sun set over tidal creeks while enjoying some fresh steamed oysters—the list goes on and on.” The community doesn’t need convincing.
Charleston, with its cobblestoned streets, genteel mansions, and dynamic food scene, took top honors as the best city for a romantic escape in the America’s Favorite Places survey.
For easy planning in any weather and any mood, our list is divided into four categories: Outdoor, Indoor, Food, and Close-to-RI-Favorites. Visit the original Shepard Fairey mural (commissioned by AS220 in 2010) painted on the side of the Pell Chafee Theatre on Aborn Street. Make art and enjoy live music at AS220’s annual Foo Fest in downtown Providence. Many outdoor farmer markets open May through November with a handful open indoors the remainder of the year. (Free) Ice cream stops in Riverside, Warren, and Bristol.
The exposed canyon bluffs are extremely beautiful with many bands of different coloured rocks—bright red clay, white kaolin, as well as sands coloured ochre, pink, orange, beige, purple, lavender, grey, yellow, tan and black.
Consider 100 Things To Do with Kids in Rhode Island Kidoinfo’s Bucket List, filled with things to do with your children before they grow up! Visit Touro Synagogue, America’s oldest synagogue, in Newport. Experience the Newport Folk Festival at Fort Adams State Park. Visit the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport. Stroll the Cliff Walk in Newport and imagine living in the opulent mansions. Spend the night at the Rose Island Lighthouse in Newport. During time-outs, kids run on to the field to stomp down divots.
After every unlock you get another lock or key so you can get back into the fray and meet more people!
Throughout your quest of 50, 100 or even more locks/keys, you are sure to meet tons of people of the opposite sex in a fun and different way.