Budget Inn North Stonington

Address: 593 Providence - New London TPKE, North Stonington, Connecticut, 06359, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on 593 Providence - New London TPKE, North Stonington, is near Wilcox Park, Granite Theatre, Babcock-Smith House, and Artists' Cooperative Gallery of Westerly.
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Travel Blogs from North Stonington

Mystic

A travel blog entry by youngodyssey on Apr 09, 2015

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... And who would play me in the sequels to 'The Greatest Story Ever Told' and 'The Bible' and 'Ben Hur'. Yul Bryner, no he's dead, Telly Savalas, not sure if he's alive but I don't like Chuppa Chups. Maybe Peter Garrett but he'd have to bend down a lot. My mind is really racing now until I feel a gentle pressure on my arm, it's Sioux asking me if everything is ok and I realise it was only a dream - or was it.

Back to Springfield - there was no fine ...

Newport, RI

A travel blog entry by abridgetonowher on Mar 25, 2015

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... them, entire fences surrounding a home made from stacks of flat rock, and weathered buildings beaten by decades of salt air all add to the ambiance. Some of the buildings in the area are 400 years old or more, and it staggers the mind to think of all the lives and changes that they have seen in that time.

Downtown Newport is a beautiful area to take a stroll - the businesses are themed ...

First Swim!

A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on Jun 06, 2014

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... kind of caricature. There was a small gallery with an exhibition on interior art which had paintings of rooms from all of the Newport Mansions so I had a peek at the inside of the homes without the $35 entrance fee! I had another little meander through Newport, which is very cute, there are the remains of a tower there about which very little is known however one of the explanations, the general preference too, is that it was a ...

At the Seaport

A travel blog entry by lblack on Jun 11, 2013

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... supports research via an extensive library; runs the Frank C. Munson Institute of American Maritime Studies, a summer graduate-level academic program, established in 1955 by maritime historian Professor Robert G. Albion of Harvard University; and, in conjunction with Williams College, hosts Williams–Mystic, an undergraduate program in maritime studies. Outreach includes sailing classes for area children.

Mystic Seaport is a popular ...

Newport - Capital of the Gilded Age

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on May 30, 2012

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... 8217;s current gilded age (the new money).

Several of Newport’s grandest mansions are now owned and maintained by a historical preservation trust and open to the public to visit. Some are open daily, others only around weekends. Meanwhile, some of the other great homes are now part of Salve Regina University.

I chose a pass to visit four of the homes that were open during the week over a two day period ...