Hilton Garden Inn Norwalk
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Remember growing up when you were watching 'Raiders of the Lost Arc' and Indiana Jones gets on those rickety airplanes and flies around the world chasing artifacts? Those were the early days of travel. They were raw. Travel was difficult. You had to carry cash. You had to telegraph (expensively) messages home. Airplanes had shorter range so there were a lot more stops. It was the great wild west!
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Well, yesterday morning we got up and had some lovely blueberry pancakes and then spent some more time organising our large bags of clothes and gear, spent some time helping Gramma with jobs around the house and then packed up the kids into the car and headed down to the Norwalk Aquarium.
We had a grand time learning about the fish and sealife in Long Island Sound and without doubt the highlight for the kids ...
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... me and Bob used to hide in the freezer and eat frozen Baba's - ahhh the good ole days.. When we got to Norwalk I hit the hotel pool and chilled with my book for bit and then went into the local shop which is a place called Stew Leonard's - it's like a Circus / shopping / sweet factory full of everything including flying stuffed animals and things the kids could press and make cow noises and such.. Mmmm I'm bringing Brown here later... ...
... After the big dinner, we enjoyed the long walk back to the apartment.
We flew into Newark this afternoon and are happily ensconced at my friend Emilie’s in New York. From our short time away, we are struck by the size of everything in the U.S. Big cars, big meals, big houses. Maybe less can be more as long as you have paper napkins and a parking space. ...
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