Carriage House Studio Apartments

Address: 2297 Whitney Ave, Hamden, Connecticut, 06518, United States | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Hamden

The Immortality of a Song

A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Nov 01, 2014

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... to New York.” Every time I step out of the train station I feel like I'm being welcomed to a new, yet completely familiar, place in the world. Home. Over and over the song repeats “Welcome to New York; Welcome to New York!” She becomes the voice of the city, putting into audible words what the city represents to the world. Everyone can belong there; everyone can find something to love there.

In the forward on ...

What do you write?

A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Oct 23, 2014

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... vertical-align: baseline; background: transparent;">Mr. Feeny: Oh yes, it's flourishing. Now Topanga always thrived here. She was successful in whatever she did... here.

  • Cory: Well, I think she'd be successful anywhere.
  • Cranston to Connecticut

    A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 21, 2014

    ... their facilities are great. We spent the morning in Starbucks enjoying an expensive tea and stealing their wifi. Cranston is a pretty well to do neighborhood so we were surrounded by some pretty snazzy looking business people. After we were done at Starbucks we grabbed a quick lunch in the Westy and started driving to Connecticut! When we got to New Haven it was pouring rain outside so we spent the evening watching Star Trek and playing Super ...

  • "Yankee doodle" Connecticut State song

    A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 17, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... and skateboarders too. Yale was founded in 1701 and today it retains its old world charm. The university has grown over the years and even as late as 2007 new additions have been made, some in a mock 18th century style, others using modern architectural design - an odd mixture when viewed side by side. We did spot the occasional Yale-sweater-toting student, but the place seemed to lack the hustle and bustle we'd felt at Harvard. An interesting halt ...

    ...every, every minute?

    A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Oct 13, 2014

    1 photo

    ... to act someone's life out for them? The first American sitcom without much of the 'com': milk is delivered door to door, peas are snapped, breakfast is made by mothers, lawns are mowed by fathers, school is attended by youths, and dreams are sacrificed for stubbornness, fear, and tradition. The people of Grover's Corner live uneventful lives.

    The third act takes place in the town's cemetery. Half the main characters are now ...