Hilton Garden Inn Hartford South/Glastonbury
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Don't take a room next to the elevator. People have a tendency to want to carry on conversations. Rooms are nice though.
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... by to see us, and surprisingly, brought a cake to remind us of our anniversary. The kids played together, either Wii or basket ball or some other outdoor sport. Since the weather was quite nice, we went to play mini-golf.
All in all, a great visit to see Anuj and Shankar's family.
... world’s largest collection of historical American firearms as well as exhibits on their manufacture. I’m about as far as you can get from being a gun nut, but it was mildly interesting and another check off on the list of NPS units.
Also nearby on a hill east of downtown is Springfield’s cultural complex of museums. The Springfield Museums are a complex of five museums with single admission surrounding a large square with a Doctor ...
... in the United States devoted entirely to American art. The collection is quite comprehensive and includes works ranging from colonial-era portraits through the Hudson River School, impressionism, the Ash-Can School, modernists and regionalists. There’s an especially good set of murals by Thomas Hart ...
... of my favorite state houses among the many I’ve seen. The spacious grounds around the capitol and large Bushnell Park to its north give the Connecticut state house a pleasant atmosphere worthy of such a prominent public building.
Hartford’s main art museum is the Wadsworth Athenaeum, considered to be the second biggest art collection in New England after the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Much ...
... br> of New Haven coast it starts to feel more like the New England of small towns
founded during the colonial era and scenic seaport villages. I stopped in Guilford,
supposedly one of most classic New England towns in Connecticut built around a
beautiful town green. For reasons that quickly become obvious, Guilford often makes
it onto lists of the most beautiful towns and villages in New England.
It was Memorial Day. So I got to watch the ...