Grand Pequot Tower
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... That explained why the bathroom was so big, big enough to swing a racoon and everything in the bathroom was lower but fortunately the mirrors were full height. Talking of mirrors I see Sioux mentioned my encounter with a mirror at Oakville at the B&B we stayed at owned by the nice lady who reminded us of a lady who owned a B&B in Ely in England when we were there in 2001 but she didn't know her, you know the one. I think I should give my version and ...
... couple of road signs that said 'Thickly Settled', which I was mystified by (are they talking about my waistline?) It turns out that it means densely populated and you must not drive more than 30 mph. Who knew?
The end of the day brought us to Mystic, CT. We walked around a bit as the sun was going down, catching some beautiful light and chatting with a road-tripping couple from Seattle. They have a motorhome and are spending a year on the road. I'm envious.
... hand the Wall Street crash in 1929. We easily located the building, which no longer houses a bank, but a fancy club and restaurant, the Cipriani. Before coming to the U.S. Poul worked as a clerk in a Danish bank branch. The branch manager had invited some of his employees to a party celebrating one of his daughters' birthday. It was here Poul met his future wife, 18-year old Ellinor. Jens sometimes speculates that if ...
... but had to go back because one of them had started taking in water. They had not even set off from Plymouth to start with but because of all the false starts had got dwindled down to one ship and eventually had made their way to Plymouth and with extra passengers set off from Plymouth. They had intended to head to the Hudson river but because of weather couldn't make it and also were more than a month late had to camp ...
... fog. A little further east I had dinner of real New England fare at a seafood shack on the beach – fish and chips, clam rolls, clam chowder, and cole slaw. What they called clam rolls I’d be more inclined to call clam puffs or clam fritters, a deep-fried fluffy dough balls with some chopped clams in the batter. It was nothing like a New England lobster roll, which is what I expected it to resemble.
I camped for the night at ...