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Travel Blogs from Mystic
In order to have a little respite away from the city we have decided to venture into the state of Connecticut for a couple of days and to a small coastal town called Mystic.
Mystic is a world away from New York city. This is a town where total strangers will walk passed you with the biggest beaming smile and offer the chirpiest of good …
... and Bridgehampton was interesting. Very quaint little villages with big houses (ok, more like mansions and estates), with very high-priced shops, including the consignment shops. The best deals were found at a wonderfully large roadside local produce market where we picked up some Concorde grapes, jet star and honey crisp apples, cranberry beans, butternut squash, and a multitude of hot peppers including a cherry bomb (supposed to be VERY ...
... storage area under the sink. Looks like we have a stowaway! Quick trip to the hardware store and we have a bunch of mouse traps. Question is where is the critter and how is he getting in? By accident Omar overflowed the water tank and during the cleanup he found where the mouse was getting in. A strategically placed trap and a couple hours latter - one less mouse to worry about. Suzanne saw an article online about crawling under the camper at ...
So, like clockwork Kim went and got the rental car, texted me he was on his way back. Myself and bags ( no nasty comments please) waiting at the curb. Here's the important part of the story....GPS wouldn't work so kim googled a route that had NO TOLLS. Took us 45 min to get out of NYC and on our way north to Woodbury commons...200 designer discount stores. We walked around NOT IMPRESSED. Kim got ...
... the buildings, and even a nap or two.
On Sunday evening I had a spiritual direction meeting with the priest, and that didn't go so well. I won't go into it here, but suffice it to say it put a damper on my memories of this beautiful place. Sometimes Silence, God and nature can just say it better than any man I suppose. At least to my ears and heart.
Monday morning I left after breakfast, making the journey toward home. I had been dreading ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Days Inn Mystic
We stayed at Days Inn because Foxwoods had no room on this particular Friday night and our usual B&B was full--4th of July holiday weekend.
We recently stayed at the Days Inn in Mystic and would have little trouble recommending it to others. The room was clean, the staff friendly, and with a free breakfast (including self-made waffles, cereal, bagels, donuts, and the rest), it's pretty tough to beat it for value. We don't travel a lot, but it was perfectly fine. The only complaint was a noisy heater/AC unit in the room. Bed was a little too bouncy, but not really uncomfortable, just different than home. :) Offsetting that was the cleaning person who came running out to our car just before we left with a T-shirt that we had mistakenly left on a towel rack in the bathroom. The pool was very nice and clean and there were plenty of (small) towels when we went. *Very* close to both the aquarium and Olde Mistic Village (nearly walking distance depending on your feet). Only a short drive to the Seaport. Only reason I didn't give 5 stars is because... well... it's a Day's Inn.
Great Hotel For the Price
We stayed at the Days Inn in Mystic, CT 27 April 2005 for one night. We booked the suite with jacuzzi, which was a little over $100 a night. The suite was very large and the jacuzzi was great! The room was tastefully decorated with nice colors. The room offered a small fridge, coffeemaker and microwave. A delux continental breakfast was included, which was very good too. We had plenty of towels and plenty of hot water. The bed was king size and very comfortable as were the pillows.
I did see a regular room that runs $48.00 a night, and it was just as nice as the suite we had. The breakfast is also included in this price.
I would stay at this hotel again! It was a great price and what we got for the price was very good.
the hotel is clean. the towels are new. The continental breakfast is a good one, in this
busy location. Halls are well lit, and there is a
pleasant uniformed security officer who made sure
exterior doors were locked. Management cares
about you here. I'd stay here again.
Great Cheap Hotel with Pool
Stayed for 3 nights in June 2004. Great room. huge bed, bathroom a little small and sink in main room but OK. For $63 a night it was well worth it and the breakfast was good enough to set us up for the day.
Pool is unheated and even in 90 degree heat it felt cold but was excellent way of cooling down and once in you were fine.
Staff were v helpful, receptionist hadn't had time to call cab for us to train station as busy with guests checking out but organised the maintenance man to take us in his mini van. Would recommend
This was my first time at Days Inn in Mystic CT. I live in CT but was going to a concert at Mohegan Sun and didnt want to drive over an hour home. I found this on hotel--- and booked it. When we arrived it was just after 3:00 check in.....was greeted and told about areas for dinner and/or the shuttle for Mohegan Sun or Foxwoods. This was perfect, we didnt have to drive anywhere....When I entered my room.......(smoking).....it was very nice....large bed........very very comfortable, infact that is the first thing I do when I get in a hotel room, I try out the bed. We relaxed and the phone rang it was the great staff asking us if everything was ok........(nice customer service) We picked up the shuttle.......great.....I didnt know that you also get a free buffet and a game of chance on the wheel. We had a wonderful time at the Concert!!!! Simon & Garfunkle.....(great show) we were picked up at 1:00 am....brought to our room......great night sleep.......and a perfect continental breakfast.....plus.......I couldnt ask for a better stay. (Note: I have stayed at Radissons, Sheratons.....and others....including Marriot and the Days Inn bed was by far the most comfortable bedding.).......Thank You Days Inn......I plan on coming back soon.......
In my time I have spent some nights in some less than perfect hotels, but never once did I get out of my bed at 6am after a previously long day in order to go find myself a new place to hang my hat for a couple more nights. Read on and feel our pain...
GREAT PLACE at Mid week rate
We thought this place was great for the mid week price of $64.00 on a Thursday. (Chose over Econolodge down street and were glad we did. This was for a Thursday night. We would have stayed Friday as well but rate jumped to $149.. At $149. I would think there are better values. But for less than $75.00 grab this place. It's large but quiet and very nice included breakfast. Too cold to use pool. Bed very comfortable.
Perfect for the price
Recently visited Mystic Days Inn on March 3, found it to be very clean and accomodating. Front desk was very helpful when looking for activities. Continental breakfast was in cozy area and had a variety of items. I would definitely stay there again.
This older motel has been pleasantly refurbished. Rooms are clean and updated. The motel sits on spacious grounds just off the interstate.
The breakfast room is bright and sunny with the standard fare. The property offers exceptionally good value for dollar.