Harbor House Inn

Address: 165 Shore Road, Old Greenwich, Connecticut, 06870, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 165 Shore Road, Old Greenwich, is near Greenwich Avenue, Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Bush-Holley House Museum, and Diane's Books.
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    Travel Blogs from Old Greenwich

    Lady Liberty and Greenwich Village

    A travel blog entry by carsey53 on Sep 21, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... says that is not the worst she has encountered - the next place is for artichoke pizza which I have to say is one of the best pizzas I have ever tried and when the guide was handing out pizza one day a guy on a bike jumped off the bike and grabbed a piece of pizza and just kept going. I try arancini, another pizza, bantam bagels which was a winner on Shark Attack and a chocolate and macaroon shop. This area has been used for a lot of movies and TV ...

    Time Square and River Cruise

    A travel blog entry by gurnellc on Aug 22, 2015

    21 photos

    Slept in a bit after a busy day previously. Went to Madam Tusaudes on Times Square, got lots of pictures. Afterwards we headed for Top of the Rock viewing gallery. Had a late lunch at Planet Hollywood, I had L.A lasagne. We got $10 each off the bill through the New York Pass. We walked to the riverside to catch the evening boat Cruise pier 79. On the way back we grabbed some fresh salad from the whole foods ...

    It really is a helluva town!

    A travel blog entry by sgillett2 on Jul 26, 2015

    14 photos

    Did so many things today! Amazing experiences. Started with a visit to Ground Zero. Very powerful. I think the memorial is done very respectfully at the site of the towers. They are great big water falls that cascade down the four sides of where the buildings stood, and centre down into a pool in the middle. The outside is carved withe names of those that lost their lives. You get a sense of the gap in the city, the holes that will never be ...


    A travel blog entry by jessasiddins on Jun 16, 2015

    ... of your emergency 'lost card' telephone numbers in your web based email account so you know who to contact if your credit card or ATM card is lost or stolen. This way, even if you lose everything, you have immediate access to all of your important information. You can even email the details page of your passport to the embassy or consulate when applying for a new one.

    . Split up your valuables


    World Trade Centre

    A travel blog entry by bhogg96 on Apr 13, 2015

    ... North and South tower sites. Water runs from the top constantly and collects in a massive square at the bottom. To see all the names engraved on the side is quite teary and moving. We find the name of the Australian that was killed.
    We buy tickets here which are $24 each and line up to go in. Of course a queue and x ray and scanning and when you walk thru this the museum is enormous. When you first walk in you see one of the enormous ...