Hampton Inn Hartford/Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
Lovely drive from Springfield to Stockbridge, enjoying autumn colours and even managed to walk the Appalachian Trail. Long and hard as the trail is, we managed it in record time. Then we went to the Norman Rockwell Museum. Mum and Dad subscribed to the Saturday Evening Post for many years, so Katie and I have memories of the Norman Rockwell illustrations that were often on the front of many of them. ...
... and old movies - that should keep most of my family happy as they read my blog. We were in Walmart this arvo and Graham heard a Mum searching for her child, calling out 'Marco! Marco!' and from a distant aisle came a voice 'Polo'. Irresistible. We are staying at the Sheraton (last minute cheap deal) and it has a mural on the wall showing what Springfield is famous for. Off to the Norman Rockwell museum tomorrow. ...
... of it after about 10 min and decided to head west on VT 30 to US 7 south and avoid the rain. It was a great decision. All the rain stayed just east of me for the rest of the day.
Signs of rain were prevalent on MA 57 east to Southwick. When I reached my cottage I was able to unpack and cover Purple Haze and Ziggy. It was nice to be able to watch a storm approach knowing I could just walk inside. ...
... 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 ...