The Connecticut River Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I had planned to cross at St Stephen so I could pass by the chocolate factory, but the road actually goes directly to the new crossing and I did not realize I had to take the exit.
Highway 9 was open and clear. The view of the wild blueberry fields in the fall is quite beautiful as all the plants turn bright red.
I drove almost 1,000 Km's today and when I stopped, the ground kept moving.
I had a nice supper of salmon, broccoli ...
... than a destination in itself. The city has a very industrial look about it and isn’t very inviting-looking from I-91 on the way to Vermont and New Hampshire. So why go?
Well, I have a National Parks pass and there’s an NPS unit in Springfield. The Springfield Armory National Historic Site was the first U.S. armory manufacturing firearms since the early 1800s. The armory closed in the 1960s but reopened as a historic site in 1978 and ...
... and drove the remaining two hours to Glastonbury, CT. We used a AAA guidebook to find a close restaurant before heading to the hotel. We were a little under dressed, but they seated us on the patio and it was fine. Tomorrow is only a drive day unless we find something interesting to do on the way to Moncton, New Brunswick! Having a great time, and yes, everyone is getting ...
... in the United States devoted entirely to American art. The collection is quite comprehensive and includes works ranging from colonial-era portraits through the Hudson River School, impressionism, the Ash-Can School, modernists and regionalists. There’s an especially good set of murals by Thomas Hart ...
... museum was under renovation during the time of my visit with part of collection on view and the rest temporarily in storage or on loan to other museums. There was still plenty of good stuff on display, though.
A few miles west of central Hartford is another focus of touristic interest, the next door homes of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom’s Cabin. In the era before and ...