Hilton Garden Inn Mystic Groton
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The hotel is new and nice. The continental breakfast is NOT included so be prepared to pay.
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... this website does not support HD Video yet. I know I need to have music or something to make the video more interesting. Soon I will get better at it. Video is better for confined areas and pictures for the great vistas to come.
Over $10,000 raised so far and we have only just begun!!!
Please Share Share Share. Tickets on Sale on our website for our Sturgis Buffalo Chip Fundraising event on August 7th with Def Leppard concert and more.
... girl, Sophia, who met Lincoln for the first time today. They were so cute together. I know they'll both be walking and causing trouble by the end of the summer.
It was a great last full day of our vacation. We are very sad for it to end tomorrow. We plan to take our time packing up to head home. Back to the grind on Monday.
Thank you to all who followed us along our journey!! We can't wait for our next camping adventure!
... of vacation!
Originally we were going to head back to DC to see the rest of the sites, but decided to do one long day of driving to get within a few hours of home. That is the great thing about camping. You can leave your itinerary open and book campgrounds the same day! We want to spend our last weekend of vacation relaxing. It's nice to be back in New England, but it is COLD! Oh wait, did I already ...
... t is that each year deer, moose, elk and all of those animals who have magnificent antlers shed them each year and grow new ones.
The day just flew bye, dental work completed (an extraction) and it was time to say good-bye to Judy.
We were leaving the next morning heading further north towards Boston.
... across a gem of a village called Stonington. It was a quaint town of mostly old white wooden houses, some of them quite grand. There must have been lots of sea captains living there in the old days.)
That night we had another wonderful meal at an Italian restaurant over the road and had meals without garlic and onion. I think my reputation is preceding me and FAOGCS (pronounced Faog~cs) is becoming a force to be reckoned with. (Are reading this Dan and ...