Holiday Inn Bridgeport
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There was a nice reception upon our arrival. Good news: Happy hour in the bar until 7 PM! Also several restaurants in the area gave options for dinner and breakfast. Wifi was good and the room was comfortable.
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"The golden gleam of the gilded surface hides the cheapness of the metal underneath."
-Mark Twain, describing the Gilded Age
Boarding the bus just after breakfast, we journeyed west to Rhode Island and Connecticut. The morning was cloudy but a bit warmer than it had been. Our route took us through Fall River and over Narrangansett …
... the Bank.
Greg use our Pathfinder to drop us in Bridgeport at the train station for our journey to Grand Central station in New York. The train was timed for 1:12pm and the fare was $27 per head return (£16), the UK should ashamed of itself. a journey to Manchester a similar distance would twice as expensive just for a one way ticket.
After an eventful and very cooling journey, the air con on the trains is very fierce, we ...
Yes, we were Boarded while underway by the U S Coast Guard, Luckily I have a wife who believes in Safety. All that they were looking for was on the Boat and Brand New. They were pleased, probably more so that we were wearing our Personal Flotation Devices( life jackets) They issued ...
... and data). I didn't buy anything exciting, except for Long Island (brand) Iced Tea from some super-expensive organic boutique supermarket (ugh!). It was delish mind you, although not remotely alcoholic.
Now it's today (the 16th?), I am suffering from jetlag and woke up at 11am, missing the last shuttle to the train station. Alas, no city trip today...luckily I can go into Huntington again at 1.30, maybe I'll buy a cell phone this time...or some more of that iced tea.
The stress set in for me 2 days before we leave. I haven't slept more then 4 hours out of 48 and Nuno and I have barely eaten. So much to do, so little time. We are not anxious about the trip itself, rather tying up loose ends in our daily, responsibility, obligation filled lives. We are both working overtime in addition to making sure our home is ready for Bruno to stay in. Are sheets and towels ...