Bay Willows Inn
Travel Blogs from Middletown
... Steve and Julie (reminder: our captain and chef) had had enough and decided to leave on the spot. They packed their bags and off they went. Well, I cannot explain the mix of emotions I had then, and since then. As a yachtie, things took place after that which would NEVER happen in the yachting world, e.g. the owner's wife cooking dinner for her guests in the galley (crew area), the owner taking Andy and myself provisioning (he ...
After all that baseball action it wasn't easy to get up and head for Woods Hole MA to make the ferry to Martha's Vineyard but we managed. How lucky we were to have a gorgeous day for this trip. We were also lucky enough to be on tour with what must be the ...
... legally harvestable clams are called countnecks, the next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherrystones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams.
This is VERY DIFFERENT from what is called a "Steamer". A "Steamer" is a soft shell clam that is also called a Long Neck Clam. We first accidentally ordered ...
... The fresh lobster in tanks almost made me want to ignore the advice I received to eat elsewhere. Probably not that the food was bad, but you just could do better.
We then began our New England Cuisine tour at "The Mooring". Casey had decided she would sample the New England Clam Chowder all along our vacation sites. Not being a big fan of the chowder, ...
... drive, but when we got into Taunton, the streets were narrow, and a lot of one ways. One of the cool things about driving around New England is the history. Taunton, MA was settled in 1692. The Taunton Elks Lodge has two hook-ups for RV's and both were taken, so we are "boondocking" in the parking lot for two nights.
Monday--drive down to Newport, RI to see the International Tennis ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed