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I want to keep this short and painless since 7/10th of my friendships are sustained based upon the fact I have a black hole in my thoracic cavity where my anatomical heart should reside, which some people find endearing. Gotta please my people. So I've been trying to make sense of some "thing" that blatantly defies all logic. Here's my beef: how can a person, in 120 hours, rob you of your apathy and make you feel stuff? You sit there in the aftermath, disheveled ...
... leave there children with us. The week began up for breakfast and all the periods started. Me and Adam are chilling at our little set up of chairs and tent with fan by the field because it gets seriously hot here during the day and on the field. The week pasted and the days seems to get longer and longer, just because it it hotter. We had a few days where it was very humid and ...
Today is the 22nd June. And this is the day the kids come to camp for the residential side to start there 4 week camp life. So kind of scary! We spent all of yesterday racking and cleaning up the unit. The other day I managed to get some rink time just to see what it is like and the feeling of it all. It's not as big as bisley but it's nice. The floor Is a little bit annoying...but it will do for the summer. Really not going to see ...
... mark had an off or as he describes it "laid her down"!!
had enough of the clowning around and continued on north, stopped for lunch with a lovely view then ferry and a rest!!
A woke to some massive villas on the lake side. Off ferry and headed back to casa Sutton.
welcome committee were there, BBQ and a great evening with the adopted ...
... was pretty awesome. The food has been amazing. I have to lose some weight before I come home from camp. Day 3 was a stressful day, I had a headache and still not sleeping well so I thought it was dehydration but I was wrong. Tired and just ****** off with the world. So I had bad day. Day 4 which is the most recent day. I am again on the high ropes. And learning more. I had an amazing night sleep which I am in a happier mood. Happy days with the high ropes and friends. Speak ...
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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.