Linden Point House
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That evening, we went home... ok not home home, but to a restaurant called Home. A rare treat for us to eat out and according to tripadvisor, it was Branford's number one restaurant. We ...
... that night.
Lindsey decided that having kids looked like a lot of work. On the way, we
survived the Tappan Zee Bridge and Lindsey braved our first thunderstorm just
as it got dark in the hills of Pennsylvania. We also began trying to take
pictures of the Welcome to ________ state signs, but missed New York and New
Jersey right off the bat, so we decided they didn’t count.
On the morning of Day 2 ...
... the interchange at East Haven cause we may have taken the wrong exit (twice) and had to 'make a legal u-turn where possible and return to the designated route'. Geoff doing well with the right-hand side of the road driving but pretty tired cause it takes a lot of concentration. The B&B was nice and had a lovely view from our window across a small beach and bay. Owners were very friendly and helped us decide what to do in the next 4 days. Dinner, beach walk, bed. Surprise ...
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... Captain Kidd sailed here
in 1665…you can still feel his presence today.
The largest group of islands in Connecticut is
Branford’s Thimble Islands. Tour boat captains have been
heard to claim that there are “three hundred and sixty
five of them-one for every day of the year.”
They take their name ...