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Their hometowns: Bristol, Cranston, Cumberland, Middletown, Narragansett-2, Newport, North Kingstown-2, North Providence-2, Providence-4, Tiverton, Warwick-2.

Their hometowns: Bristol, Cranston, Cumberland, Middletown, Narragansett-2, Newport, North Kingstown-2, North Providence-2, Providence-4, Tiverton, Warwick-2.

Newport RI Bellevue Ave Mansions----very fun day activity---make sure you do NOT miss the breakers mansion, and I personally think the marble mansion was the 2nd best.  there's lots to choose from and all beautiful, but nothing comes close to the breakers.  amazing history also.

Newport RI Bellevue Ave Mansions----very fun day activity---make sure you do NOT miss the breakers mansion, and I personally think the marble mansion was the 2nd best. there's lots to choose from and all beautiful, but nothing comes close to the breakers. amazing history also.

A trip to Boston's North End is not complete without a visit to Mike's Pastry. My personal favorite is the cannoli or the Lobster Tail Pastry (AKA La Sfogliatella) - both are so fresh & delicious.

A trip to Boston's North End is not complete without a visit to Mike's Pastry. My personal favorite is the cannoli or the Lobster Tail Pastry (AKA La Sfogliatella) - both are so fresh & delicious.

Here's a free attraction that's no secret. Strolling along the Cliff Walk is the most popular thing to do in Newport, Rhode Island, a lovely and historic city that welcomes about 3 million visitors annually.

Newport Cliff Walk

Here's a free attraction that's no secret. Strolling along the Cliff Walk is the most popular thing to do in Newport, Rhode Island, a lovely and historic city that welcomes about 3 million visitors annually.

Marble House | Alva (Vanderbilt) Belmont sold Marble House to Frederick H. Prince in 1932. It was purchased 1963 from the Prince estate by Alva's son, Harold S. Vanderbilt, who donated it to the  Preservation Society of Newport County.

Marble House | Alva (Vanderbilt) Belmont sold Marble House to Frederick H. Prince in 1932. It was purchased 1963 from the Prince estate by Alva's son, Harold S. Vanderbilt, who donated it to the Preservation Society of Newport County.

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