Great Cedar Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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I had a moment of disorientation when Addie woke me up this morning. Apparently I brought the wrong phone charger on the trip, and my phone was almost dead last night so I turned it off before bed to save the battery. When I turned it back on to check the time, it said it was 10 o'clock! I couldn't believe I'd slept 12 hours, much less that Addie had been that patient. But there it was. It took me about 10 minutes of rushing around to realize that the phone ...
... As a result we decided to stay at the Sheraton hotel. The drive there was thankfully uneventful. We were quite proud that we were able to find our way to the hotel through the busy NY streets. Once at the hotel we parked the car in a garage and left it there for the duration of our stay.
On our first night in the city we walked several blocks to Times Square. It seemed to be a gathering place with hundreds of ...
... descendants. They live in lodges made of bark that has been stripped from trees and bent to form a large tented area with a long slit in the roof to let out smoke. After this area you follow the route down to the settlers area which is a large stockade with individual one room houses with earth floors and open fires up against the walls. The place is populated by actors in character that answer questions using only ...
... tribe that lived and thrived along the inland waterways. Like so many Indian nations, the Poquatuck has been relegated to a "pre-history" status. There’s precious little record left of this "Orient Point" area having ever been their home. We've seen a lot of the "pre-history" term during our travels massaged into situations like this. It is, seemingly, applied to distasteful sores of the past, such as "occupation" or "incursion" or "genocide" like a soothing balm, a ...
We drove from Plymouth, Mass. through Rhode Island and into Connecticut today.
The rains started about 5 miles before we reached the Rhode Island border and didn't quit until we were well into Connecticut. We stopped for the night at a State Park not knowing that dogs are not allowed in ANY state parks in Ct. Unbelievable.
We did find some pretty places in the park, but we certainly didn't hang out for ...