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Join longtime resident and writer Liz Lee for an unforgettable experience. With her unique perspective and advice you can trust, Moon Rhode Island has everything you need to know to have a more personal and memorable experience.
Moon Rhode Island tells you what you need to know to plan the perfect trip for you. Enjoy the sandy beaches, salty breezes, and freshest seafood. Along with trip ideas like The Creative Capital and Beyond” and A Getaway Weekend on the Coast”, Lee includes tips on where to find the best raw oysters and chowda”, the best places for shopping and antiquing, and the best beachside B&Bs.
With expertly crafted maps and gorgeous photos, this full-color guidebook gives you the tools you need to have an immersive and unique experience.
Moon Rhode Island includes areas such as: Providence and Vicinity Newport Block Island The East Bay and Sakonnet South Country
Find the Moon guide that best suits your trip! Exploring the area? Try Moon Vermont, Moon Maine, and Moon Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, & Nantucket.
Liz Lee grew up in a haunted house in East Providence, Rhode Island, an experience she’s spent the last 15 years both glorifying and trying to forget. After completing a Master’s degree in professional writing at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburg in 2012, she returned home to Providence to rekindle her love affair with Rhode Island’s delightfully strange people and places, and to find her true calling as a career waitress with writerly aspirations. When she’s not writing or serving food to strangers, Liz spends her time at the beach falling off her surfboard, and riding her bicycle around the city, waiting for those fleeting moments in which the breeze and the view and the angle of the sunlight conspire to make it appear that life is perfect just the way it is. Her work has appeared in the Providence Phoenix, Providence Monthly, and Paranoia Magazine.