Days Inn Old Saybrook
Travel Blogs from Old Saybrook
Our final morning came quickly and after a quick stop at Tim Hortons for a Vanilla Icing filled Pumpkin muffin we were on our way to the quaint coastal town of Old Saybrook. Elite and beautiful this town is loaded with spas, boutiques, shopping, and small dining restuarnats. All the way out on the water though you will find the Old Saybrook Inn. A …
Welcome to my blog that will be all about my trip to Italy in March 2014!
I will be traveling to the following cities:
- Fl orence
- Nettuno li>
Hope you all keep track with my planning my trip and also look forward to photos while I'm on my journey! ...
In my new efforts to stay in the present moment, I'm really trying to hone in on my apple and give it free reign of all my senses. Smell the apple, taste the apple, (hear the apple?), be the apple. This concentration lasted all of 45 seconds before I looked up and made eye contact with someone while smelling an apple. Naturally, I began to rub it against my cheek sensually in this impromptu game of "eye contact chicken". Won it. But I ...
... ready for home.
On Tuesday we drove out to Montauk Point Lighthouse, located on the easternmost point of Long Island.
On the way to the lighthouse there are lookouts, one the Oyster Pond. The Oyster Pond is a natural pond within the bay. The water fills it when the tides come and then fish are trapped inside when the tide goes out. The Indians would catch fish in it.
Another lookout is ...
... bananas and pound cake and some lollies for the journey. Also asked where her husband was born in France and she said a town, but forgot where. I said I was born in Annecy and she said oh, that's next door to where Alain her husband came from. Talk about a small world. She was lovely and she appreciated us staying there. We set off to Farmington to visit Mark Twain's house and museum. It was a grand house and was really interested in his story/life. Had to ...