Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
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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 - ...
... br> On the bus Mary played "Connecticut Is the Place to Be" sung by Bing Crosby and Judy Garland.
We arrived at our Bridgeport, Connecticut hotel just after 5 PM and were greeted cordially with a reception including cookies, coffee, tea and cider. Several of us enjoyed happy hour in the hotel bar and some went to Subway for dinner. It was a long day on the bus so bed was calling our names!
... international students) went and sorted out my timetable. I am doing cold war and 1920s history, forensic science and physics.
Complaints: no fruit anywhere, dont have trackies in my size (apparenly sweat pants), cant do skiing, there is a funny smell in my room that i cannot locate.
Pros: really like Adi, have a really good room mate
Ps i am never going to check ...
... 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 ...
... has fallen on hard times, and I passed through a substantial amount of slumminess that looks as if it might once have been nice neighborhoods
Connecticut’s gorgeous state capitol is different architecturally from most states with a mix of styles heavy on the Gothic Revival. The current building is Connecticut’s third state capitol building and was completed in 1879. I’d have to say ...