Rhode Island

Rhode Island earned the nickname the “Ocean State” for its 400 miles of swirling, saltwater coastline, carving out Narragansett Bay and inlets up to the Massachusetts border. “Little Rhody” is also the smallest state in the U.S – only 1,500 square miles – and it is a 30-minute drive from any geographic point to the waterline. Recreation abounds along the shore: sailing Narragansett Bay, unwinding on Little Compton’s pebble beach or savoring a lobster bake at Point Judith.

The capital, Providence, punctuates the northern tip of Narragansett Bay, only 30 miles from the Atlantic. Near the grand colonial homes of Benefit Street, on the east side of town, sits College Hill with Brown University…

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