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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... carved by the swirling of glacial waters laden with rocks, sand and silt. The colors of the rocks were beautiful, enhanced by the swirling foundations.
We took some backwoods roads back to Enfield, but decided to get back on the expressway for the last hour. We spent a bit more time visiting with George and Judy and enjoyed the pizza they ordered for dinner. Then it was time to say good-bye for now. We will see George and Judy again when we return from the ...
... the museum grounds.
After our museum stop, we stopped for lunch at a small Greek restaurant where we had great gyros and way too many French fries, and then continued on to Windsor Locks, CT, our destination for the day. We were staying there so we could visit with our boys' 93 year old grandfather, George, and Judy, who live in Enfield, CT. We had a really nice visit and took them out to ...
... to visit the Hampton's and Ampton might be as close as I get. Something I did not know about the roads here is all the freaking tolls. And we complain about the Port Mann. Seriously! Here every time you enter the freeway you get a ticket and when you exit you pay for the number of exits you drove past - like sky train zones. It seems like this would cause a traffic nightmare but it was relatively easy. It is a cost I did not factor into the ...
Our Ireland trip is finally almost here. In October, my husband and I discussed the possibility of an Ireland trip. Sean has always yearned to see the country that he rooted from. I am always eager for a new country to explore. We relished in the idea of traveling the Emerald Isle. So, we flipped through the bookshelf, dusted off our 2009 Fodor's "See It Ireland" (this trip really was on our minds for a while), and started our research. The dream was ...
... 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, ...