Roger Sherman Inn
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... literally means “doom.” Fado is mostly used to describe a musical style unique to Portugal that epitomizes a historical intensity of sadness that comes from personal loss--initially wives and lovers who lost their seafaring men to their passion for exploring the ends of the earth--many of them gone, never to return.
Thus, we carry with us the memory of a wonderful Fado singer we heard and a glimpse of her passion when, at the end of ...
... but it didn't work out on either end. Hopefully the photos that made it up on Facebook at both events generate some interest and ticket sales...Mother Nature just wasn't havin' it today!
We spent the night in the parking lot, lulled to sleep by the fierce rain outside. Thankfully the next morning was overcast, but dry and after taking showers at the Y and catching up on some internet-related business, we were on our way.
There's something odd about Amtrak trains - you buy 'reserved coach' seats (that's standard class) but they don't allocate you seats. So you get on two stops after the start and its a real struggle to find two seats together! So Liz decided we would hijack two seats for handicapped travellers and no-one, not even the conductor, seemed to mind. And we were met at Stamford station by David.
Immediately the problems posed by Hurricane Sandy presented themselves. Our next ...
The red eye is at term that's earned its name. As I calmly soared across the US I didn't sleep a wink. Landing at JFK New York, its 5am and its dark - I cant see a thing. It doesn't matter....I'm on my way to my Aunt Eleanor's house....Aunt El, she's something else, a phenomenal woman. My father once told me years ago..."If you need anything in your life its Aunt Eleanor that you'll always be able to count on!" He was right.
... a few drinks at a local bar after having dinner on an ocean-side restaurant (first one you'll see after the bus drops you off - Happy Hour's 4-7 ;) and finding a tranquil dock overlooking Hart Island to share another bottle (it ended up being a pretty messy day come close), we chatted up our tender with more questions about the island. I can't remember his name but he grew up on City Island as well, telling us where he lived and which school he went to, but didn't have his own ...