Cooper Creek Bed and Breakfast

Address: 230 Kent Cornwall Road (Route 7), Kent, Connecticut, 06757, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 230 Kent Cornwall Road (Route 7), Kent, is near Kent Falls State Park, Hopkins Vineyard, Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm, and Sloane-Stanley Museum & Kent Furnace.
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      People are interesting

      A travel blog entry by chris-fernie on Dec 04, 2014

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      ... the bathroom door. I wondered how a person in a wheelchair would deal with that. There was a small shelf behind the sink and I wondered if a person in a wheel chair would be able to reach it. And the tub was well equipped with bars, but I wondered if a shower stall with a bench would not have been more practical. The whole experience made me very grateful for my abilities and more aware of what a struggle life must be for those with visual or mobility issues.
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      In Poughkeepsie

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 07, 2014

      8 comments

      ... turn and no exits for 12 miles. Finally found a truck stop, Fray asked for help, we found a shortcut but it took 1.5hrs to get home & it was completely dark & raining the whole way. Sooo stressful. Took the shine off an otherwise great day. Didn't feel like driving anymore so walked to dinner at the Italian restaurant next door again. The photos on Insta show the ridiculous pizza we got (thought sharing a meal would reduce the waste). Wine ...

      In hindsight......

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 06, 2014

      3 comments

      ... after sunset, hence the title of this entry. We had to walk over the river and it was a steep, high overpass with a pedestrian path beside the road. Unfortunately all the lights at the top of the overpass were broken so it was only passing cars that lit the way. We passed 4 men, one was drinking beer, but we just put our heads down and power walked across. Probably took about 30 minutes but this river front ain't no Southbank. There was no one around but I just kept telling Fray ...

      Glimpse of FDR and Eleanor in Hyde Park

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... people, such as Winston Churchill, were guests here and I think the tour guide said that he may have stayed in the pink room.

      I think everyone on our tour was also rather dismayed when Eleanor's room was pointed out. Since Franklin's mother lived in the family home, Eleanor was not the woman in charge. And when Franklin's manservant was given the room adjoining Franklin's, Eleanor got another little room. This part confused me because ...

      Home!

      A travel blog entry by twerp53 on Oct 12, 2014

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      ... mountains, train rides, laughter, rainbows, Irish music, Galway, fish 'n chips, limestone rocks, Guinness, friendly folk, Kevin - our tour guide, the Cliffs of Moher and the cliffs of Inis Mor, sunshine, cathedrals, sheep, colorful doors, the ferry and the North Sea, Newport, homemade jam, Jamison's, castles, seafood chowder, ancient cities, rock walls, the Galway Museum, salmon, green meadows. Visit Ireland and Wales if you are able. You'll be glad you ...