The Alston House

Address: 59 Alston Ave., New Haven, Connecticut, 06515, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 59 Alston Ave., New Haven, is near Moon Valley (Valle de la Luna), Yale University, New Haven Green, and Yale Repertory Theater.
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A travel blog entry by nangarner on Feb 21, 2015

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... to gate check my carryon bag. I said tagine will break. We got everything on!!!! The flight took off on time!

We knew that we had a 2 hour layover in Paris. We also knew that security was very tight in Paris. On our trip to Morocco we had to take everything out of our carryon bags and repack.

Security in Paris is really tight we got through and found our gate. The plane was there and it said on time!!! We managed to get everything on ...

Stopping for the night

A travel blog entry by katemoore on Jan 24, 2015

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We've stopped for the night but I'm still rocking with the motion of the train.... Left Virginia and headed north....passed Baltimore, Philadelphia, NYC...and made it all the way to Connecticut. What a day: Florida to CT ( Palm trees to snow) in 25 hours - ...

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A travel blog entry by nangarner on Jan 21, 2015

... valleys, gorges and the Atlantic Ocean. There are 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites on our tour (always amazing). We will eat food cooked on and open fire in clay tagines. Best of all we will meet many wonderful and interesting people who live in the culture and traditions that are centuries old. We visit famous cities including Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh, and the lesser known but colorful town of ...

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A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Oct 23, 2014

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    A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... it's not much of a loss considering how dull their lives were anyway. The young Emily Webb becomes the newest resident among the tombstones in these final scenes. It is only after Emily attempts to watch her life lived over again does she - along with the audience - realize that that is the most painful thing any human can do. As she watches herself live even the most ordinary of days (her 12th birthday), she realizes - with the ...

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