Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn
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... and beautiful. They are occupied by a motley collection of local businesses (pet food store, gym,children's clothing outlet, veterinarian), clearly much different from their heyday. Ware was followed by picturesque villages like West Brookfield, with a town green surrounded by white houses and a church.
As we meandered south into Connecticut, the landscape started to change, gentling a bit as we went along. Fewer conifers, towns closer together. I ...
I need to dispel a few myths first off- sort of a 'Traveller's Mythbusters'. MYTH 1. Americans corrupt spelling. During our stay in Plymouth we noticed many signs displaying the spelling 'Plimouth'. Apparently in the very early days people spelled many words as they wished and both these were used. Today the official form is 'Y' but those who use signs with 'I' are simply making a historical statement. There you go! MYTH 2. Cruise ships throw their rubbish overboard. Pics ...
... around or sitting on the red bleachers. We joined them for a while to people-watch, which was the main activity.
It was a perfect warm evening, but we awoke on Saturday morning to a steady rain. However, we were prepared with an umbrella as we set off to find the ticket booth in Times Square to purchase theatre tickets. Of the many options available we chose to see the musical 'Chicago', the longest-running show ...
We left Boston behind this morning for our trip to Mystic. It is called this after an Indian tribe and also it is on the river Mystic. We had an excursion booked at a place called the Plimoth Plantation. This is a reconstruction of the first settlement of the pilgrims that settled their colony there. The site is made up of a indian camp of Wampanoag Indians that speak the language that has been rediscovered and now spoken again ...
... knowledge of the carvings would put them at risk of vandalism. (Lord knows, when I hear about ancient artifacts the first thing I think of is TNT.) There exists, bizarre stories about people, researchers, historians and scholars, being escorted by locals to the site blindfolded. But even those stories appear to be fading as time and storms weather people's memory and the very rocks they claim to be "sheltering."
Today, I knew we'd be spending zip time in the area, ...