Holiday Inn Express Hartford-Downtown
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... ended up getting a dent in my car at one point as he was getting squeezed between cars and a truck. Once we got on the west side hwy it was fine but it was very harrowing and tine consuming to get there! Stopped at Figs in Newtown for lunch and pick up stuff at house then back at cabin by 4:30... Nice trip!! The two shows made the trip ...
... we went back to hotel for a few hours before trying at 5pm to get a cab for the Blue Note. That was really a challenge for the hotel guy and it took probably 20+ minutes! But we eventually got one and got there about ten of 6... Perfect time to get in line and wait for doors to open at 6. We got tickets on their website but using American Express card which got us reserved seats which we would do again. The venue is VERY crowded and close with everyone ...
... kind of glad se wasn't home because I wouldn't have been good company.I needed fresh air so I went for a walk to get food and money. I had never been to the upper west side near hells kitchen before, so it was great to walk around a new part of town. I took photos of the lincoln centre, and colombus circle before coming back, practicing some spanish then goin to bed, with "Danbury, danbury, danbury" still in my head until midnight.**** you latino ...
... six foot tall. Never-the-less, we did manage to get one foot in the stirrups and fling the other leg over the back of our chosen horses, then off we went. It was glorious! So much fun going up and down, but also the horses were made so that they also copy the motion of real horses. Well, pretty well copy it. Another day we had a magical experience when we visited Mystic Aquarium. It's a wonderful place with so much to see and do and we spent ...
... the pen name of Samuel Clemens. He was born in a humble cottage in Missouri in 1835, as Halley's Comet appeared. Interestingly, he died in 1910, just as Halley's comet appeared.
He married an hieress and together they spent $40,000 building a mansion in the swanky mid-city of Hartford Conneticut.
The house itself is very interesting in that it is a mixed style - perhaps a little Gothic, with a little Queen Anne red ...