Centennial Inn Hotel & Apartments

Address: 5 Spring Lane, Farmington, Connecticut, 06032, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 Spring Lane, Farmington, is near Hill-Stead Museum, Miss Porter's School, and Stanley-Whitman House.
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Travel Blogs from Farmington

A Day of Candles, Flowers and Potholes

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 23, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

... every year and thousands of people visit the free attraction each year. We really enjoyed the bridge -- there were both familiar and unfamiliar annuals, perennials and shrubs. It was just beautiful.

After our visit to the bridge, Judy mentioned that she remembered some interesting rocks along the river In Shelburne Falls. With her help we were able to find the glacial potholes which actually form the rapids there. There were interesting formations ...

Rockwell, The Berkshires, and Family

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 22, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... some of it was by Rockwell himself and some by some of his models. The process of doing the illustrations was itself interesting. He always used models and in the early days, they had to pose for hours. Later he had multiple photos taken of the models and he worked from the photographs. For many of his pictures, he used himself and family members or neighbors as models. A short video told us ...

Ireland is only 3,000 miles away!

A travel blog entry by emeraldembrace on Jul 14, 2015

1 photo

... reality.

Plans for Ireland were underway. When should we go? What places will we visit? How long in each spot? How will we get around? The timeframe was the easiest decision to make - the summer has the most comfortable weather and fits with our work schedules conveniently. The nitty gritty of where to go and how to get around proved to be the toughest choice. We discussed with friends, read blogs and online articles, compared options, and ...

NY to Branford on Long Island Sound

A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 12, 2015

1 photo

... or 12 lane motorway. We heard about them and saw them on maps, but it's not until you actually drive on them that you realise how BIG they are and how FAST people drive. Geoff's surprise - initially, you have to concentrate so hard, your hands go numb from gripping the steering wheel, and you can't take your eyes off the road, even to get some M&Ms out of the packet. Travellers tip - when waiting for the train at Penn Station, you have to stand in the waiting area with the ...

Elinor Weds: Survival of the Fittest (sorry Nanny)

A travel blog entry by pantseatflyers on Jun 24, 2015

... this side of the nuthouse. Our Dad, Peter Watts, will be making an appearance from across the pond with his life partner Wynne. Quoting one of the most influential men in American history, the great BA Baracus, "I pity the foo' who calls her his 'girlfriend'" (Dad booking accommodation on the other side of the mountain was not by accident). Moving on, my mother, Anne Davies, will be present with her most recent boy toy, Jerry McCreedy (AKA Harry Carry, ...