Days Inn Windsor Locks at Bradley International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It's been a very busy couple of days, so this is just a short update. We are currently somewhere in Connecticut heading to Acadia NP in Maine. We made it through wet South Carolina with only minor detours. Spend a day exploring Shenandoah NP More to follow later this evening once we arrive in ...
... a model (see photo of boy and policeman in diner) that when asked if he would do it again a few weeks later he told everybody he knew to look at the magazine on that date. When the SEP magazine was published (see photo of the boy at the doctor's) he was so embarrassed he didn't leave his house for two weeks. His studio which was originally in the centre of Stockbridge was moved to the site of the ...
This is not the Springfield of Simpsons fame, but it is the Springfield of the home of Basketball and there is a museum to prove it. Graeme woke up like a kid heading off to Disneyland. It was only a 50 min drive but once there he was out of the car and all set. The two Gs went into the museum, while Katie and I strolled into town, the plan was to meet them at our hotel at 3. We expected that they would eat lunch after ...
Today was a coming home ride from Burlington VT. to Southwick MA. It was a glorious morning and the perfect temperature. Mt Mansfield was shrouded in haze but I could see Camels Hump. Traffic was light on I-89 S. I decided to head to Waterbury VT. and zig zag through the mountains from US 100 over to 116 and back to 100 heading south. The mountain passes were in rough shape. I hope to be able to down load the ...
... of Flowers is an old trolley bridge across the Deerfield River between the towns of Shelburne Falls and Buckland. The 400 foot, five arch span was built in 1908 and abandoned by the trolley line in 1928. In 1929, the vision of Antoinette and Walter Burnham became reality when the project was undertaken by the Shelburne Falls Women's Club, who still maintain it through their Bridge of Flowers Committee. Donations and volunteers keep the bridge blooming from spring ...