The Inn at Longshore

Address: 260 South Compo Road, Westport, Connecticut, 06880, United States | B&B
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      Handing Back the RV

      A travel blog entry by nickrandle on May 16, 2013

      ... rental office it was hard to believe all that has happened in the weeks since we had picked up the first Motorhome. That one lasted until Texas, and the second until Los Angeles. This one was brand new and travelled all the way back with no real problems.

      Home Sweet Home in Connecticut!

      A travel blog entry by jr.hammond on Aug 29, 2012

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      ... Martini's made my Seņor Jack and a great Bocci ball tourney where Eva and I killed Segi and Pascale! But after a great dinner, Beer Pong where the booze bags Caitlin and Jack killed everyone, and a quick Fifa game it was off to bed for the big New York visit the next ...

      City Island: Bronx's Cape Cod & potter's field

      A travel blog entry by ngolgowski on Mar 15, 2012

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      ... br> Bodies. The world's largest tax-funded potter's field, a mass grave of unidentified and indigent people since the Civil War, is just off City Island on Hart Island.
      It's a federal offense to visit the island which from a far can only be seen with crumbling buildings, but Mike said that when he was a kid he once went out there and the smell is absolutely horrendous.
      Prisoners today work the land, digging the graves which are only covered up once full. Until then ...

      The Rotten Apple!!!

      A travel blog entry by fouritchyfeet on Dec 16, 2011

      ... experience, headed past that and right onto 51st, walked along a block and as we turned the corner we were met by the spangly tree!!! The tree that everybody wants to see!!!

      It's not as big as you imagine, well its big, just not as tall as you'd think, but the surrounding area is all lit up and decorated beautifully, so we were glad it was as nice to see as we had expected, got our pictures and had a look at the rink before heading off, too ...

      New York, New York!!

      A travel blog entry by fouritchyfeet on Dec 14, 2011

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      ... these huge buildings, you literally have to stand and crane your head right by just to get a glimpse of the sky!! Horrible!! That, and the subway rides are just uncomfortable, no one looks at anyone, you all try to avoid too much eye contact, ************e talks, everyone kind of picks a place on the floor or in mid air and just stares or pretends to be asleep, or has headphones jammed into their ears, or plays on their phone, its just ...