Knights Inn Old Saybrook

Address: 7 North Main St., Old Saybrook, Connecticut, 06475, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 7 North Main St., Old Saybrook, is near Florence Griswold Museum, Harvey's Beach, Saybrook Country Barn, and General William Hart House.
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    Travel Blogs from Old Saybrook

    Long Island, then on to Cape Cod

    A travel blog entry by frasersontour on Sep 23, 2015

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... route and avoids tracking back down to New York. We crossed Shelter Island which is a fairly quiet place with wineries. Our second ferry ride took us to Green Port where we stopped in a quaint village for the nicest coffee we've had in the US. (The others haven't been hard to beat.) From there we headed to Orient for a 1hr 20min ferry ride to New London, then drove onto Cape Cod. ...

    Back to University, Lollipops and a Freebie!

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Sep 23, 2015

    41 photos

    ... of mine, invented boiled sweets on a stick in 1908, calling it a lollipop. See, you learn a lot of useful stuff reading our blog...

    That evening, we went home... ok not home home, but to a restaurant called Home. A rare treat for us to eat out and according to tripadvisor, it was Branford's number one restaurant. We ...

    Nautical History

    A travel blog entry by happytrails123 on Sep 17, 2015

    3 comments, 30 photos

    ... Under the British flag, and renamed the Joseph Conrad, Captain Villiers took her on a 58,000-mile voyage around the world that lasted more than two years. Once again boys were her crew–a nucleus of older teenagers from big four-masted barks, officers from the Cape Horn trade, eight American cadets and eight British, with a sprinkling of Australians and New Zealanders.

    In 1936 George Huntington Hartford bought her, added ...

    A day In Montauk

    A travel blog entry by captwhiskeyjack on Sep 05, 2015

    1 photo

    ... lock by acing a deposit of 5 dollars.they did not give me a lock to protect their bikes because they didn't ask me for a deposit. And I was to be blamed if the bike was lost after handing it over to me.( fairness of the world). I had food at a restaurant called six-six-eight. If you want me to rate the food over there it is a 4/5. The place had the chilled out relaxed atmosphere. The Menu had the same common items but the food was brilliant with a small pinch ...

    Last two weeks started

    A travel blog entry by chantetravels on Aug 25, 2015

    32 photos

    ... on the beach. We swam in the ocean until my head could not stay above the water without me swimming. The moon shone down on the ocean water, making a white reflection and at that moment, the world was quiet. Later that week, me, the family and their friends had 2 bonfires on the beach. It was a lot of fun. Me , Rea and Stella went Mini golfing and we got pizza and sweets. Later the family picked us up and we had awesome food at ...