Heritage Inn

Address: 34 Bridge St, New Milford, Connecticut, 06776, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 34 Bridge St, New Milford, is near White Silo Farm & Winery and Institute for American Indian Studies.
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      Travel Blogs from New Milford

      In Poughkeepsie

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 07, 2014

      8 comments

      ... entered into the iPad & we're off. Shopping nirvana is 32 miles/45 minutes away down the NY Thruway which is a 6 lane toll road. Getting there was a breeze, no rain, light traffic. We arrived not long after it opened so parking was simple, the place was really lovely but it started to rain (a very fine mist that didn't let up all day) First stop, Polo Ralph Lauren of course. Sale was ok, same as Canada actually. There were about 3 Polo stores ...

      In hindsight......

      A travel blog entry by jennieantoniak on Nov 06, 2014

      3 comments

      ... decided to have lunch in Poughkeepsie. I asked google maps to take us to Poughkeepsie & we ended up in a quiet street near "Main Street". We parked the car & went in search of food. On reaching Main Street we quickly noticed a couple of issues: only 1 in 6 shops were open, there were signs saying 'No Loitering' & most significantly, we were the only white people. There weren't many people on the street but the people that were there were watching us so we didn't think ...

      The Immortality of a Song

      A travel blog entry by ttpellicano on Nov 01, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to New York.” Every time I step out of the train station I feel like I'm being welcomed to a new, yet completely familiar, place in the world. Home. Over and over the song repeats “Welcome to New York; Welcome to New York!” She becomes the voice of the city, putting into audible words what the city represents to the world. Everyone can belong there; everyone can find something to love there.

      In the forward on ...

      Glimpse of FDR and Eleanor in Hyde Park

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 17, 2014

      77 photos

      ... and Museum which is quite extensive and has engaging exhibits.

      One aspect of FDR's life that was stressed was the effect of polio on him and the extent of it. He was very careful to show himself as walking even though his legs were paralyzed in order to have a chance at a political career. It also turns out that he had presidential ambitions early on. I had not been aware of that. The exhibit showcased his sweeping policies to combat ...

      The Freak Out

      A travel blog entry by lizdavidson on Sep 10, 2012

      1 comment

      ... I'm going to try to break off from the forced socializing (at least some of it) and just explore on my own. I know I'll make friends, and I'm not too worried about meeting them right away. I just want to see the sights! I want to walk along the city walls, stroll around the cute neighborhoods, and sit by the river. That's all.

      Then, of course, I'm going to a pub. Being 20 years old in England is so much better than in America!



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