Found a navy wool Swiss Army jacket. Dressed it up wth my cardigans, scarves, and gloves. Fit perfectly, and I felt I had escaped the dreaded profile of pretentious : )
Remember - LOTS of history so it was far more appropriate than the snickers received from the wealthy ; )
What to buy: I'm really hot a shopper, yet some of the wares were tempting!
What to pay: Your choice.
Providence Place Mall is an extraordinary work of architecture...blended into our historic landscape...connected to the Westin Hotel across the street by a suspended bridge. The river AND the train tracks run underneath the middle of the mall.... shops are great...huge theatre...gigantic wall of glass which allows you to view the river and the city....or Waterfires, if they are on when you visit.
This mall is fabulously large. It offers everything a shopaholic could want, good food and great clothes. There is a nice mix of cheap and expensive stores and a friendly atmosphere as well. There are many restaraunts there as well as an Imax theatre and a regular movie theatre. The building is quite impressive and links to a covention area as well as to a hotel.
What to pay: The prices really range here which makes the mall quite nice.
This local business located in Woonsocket Rhode Island. It is run by owner Casey Cazeault a resident of Woonsocket. They offer lingerie, bras, underwear, camisoles, as well as other clothes. The store is open T-Sat, from 10am-6pm.
What to buy: I would definately check out the large selection of underwear which definately makes the store. Most of the brands are unique and far from what you would find in your typical lingerie store. I would definately look there for something unique.
What to pay: The underwear runs from $3 all the way to around $ 15 for a boxed set. The bras and other items vary, but all are pretty inexpensive
There is a nice selection with old favorites and always something new. Prices are quite reasonable...gift boxes available. I chose a white dinner wine and a wonderful desert wine. SIRIUS - the wine of the week. It's white, but sweet...excellent!
Dad's Bread is a South Kingston institution. Dad must bake all night -- then he puts his bread out on the honor system.
What to buy: Any of the breads -- we had a watercress-herb one and it was delicious!
Just off Narragansett Bay is the charming historic town of Wickford where you may shop until you drop. Antiques, pottery, kitchen gourmet, sporting goods etc...
The Hotel Viking opened in May 1926, and the two wings of rooms were added in the 1960s and 1970s....more
The Renaissance Providence Hotel is part of the Marriott family of hotels. The hotel was built...more
146 Boston Neck Road, Wickford, Rhode Island, 02852, United States
Good for: Couples