Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Visiting an Authentic Rhode Island Fishing Village

Article and Photo by Eric H.
The Galilee section of Narragansett, RI, isn't exactly the glamour child for New England travel, but therein lies its strength. This imperfect, but scenic and interesting authentic, working-class fishing village combines fishermen working hard at their craft on some very weathered boats and a tourist industry that features some great seafood restaurants and the presence of a great ocean beach named Salty Brine Beach. With water view seafood restaurants like Champlin's (256 Great Island Rd, Narragansett, RI, Tel. (401) 783-3152) and George's of Galilee (250 Sand Hill Cove Rd., Narragansett RI, Tel 401-783-2306) bringing you seafood straight from the adjacent boats and the wonderful stretch of sand at Salty Brine, an imperfect place never seemed so perfect. Galilee is one of our favorite New England summer coastal destinations because it is so real and... so really fun!

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