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I'm planning a trip with my wife to Block Island at the end of August. We'll probably be there for 3 or 4 nights after spending a day or so in Newport. I'm looking for recommendations on Block Island B&B's (and why you like it), restaurants, and the best places to watch the sunset. Also, is there any reason to bring a car onto the island?

While we've been to Newport before and have enjoyed the mansions, cliff walk, tennis hall of fame, etc. -- I'm wondering if there are there any other hidden gems we shouldn't miss as we pass through on the way to Block Island?

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