Stratford Hotel & Conference Center
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... on Long Island Sound provides beach, pool and summer dining facilities for members. It was the "Augusta of its Day" and boasted members like J. P. Morgan, Jr., Benjamin Strong, Jr., first president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Percy Chubb, co-founder of the insurance company. We were invited by Ian Buckley and Charles De Vaulx to play in the Marsupial Masters which is a charity event to raise funds for ...
... coming home ferry is shut down so a long milk run commute so we are staying here in the marina and will enjoy the beautiful Manhattan sky line at night. I made reservations at the Liberty House Restaurant an outside table looks like a charming place. Out side fire pit and a full sized chess board perhaps I'll talk the skipper into a game :-)
The cruise today was good nice and warm but rather windy, we cruised at ...
... the old fun games the kids were all having so much fun a good sight to see. On the way back it only took me 10 minutes. They have a small pool here ( very cold) so I went there for a bit then we walked to the grocery store for supplies. The Marina picked us up so no waiting for a cab.
Stratford is is a nice small town again very old, the house architecture is so ...
... miles driven was one heavy rain squall after another.
This VBT tour more than met our expectations. The guides, Keja &
Peter were sensational. They had to be, as we had to call them on three
different occasions to repair Carolyn's bike. All the meals were excellent with
one exception, last nights. The other 17 who made up the tour group were
wonderful. We became a family and really enjoyed each other’s company.
Even more so, ...
After getting a fairly good night sleep at the rest area I made my way South towards Port Chester. I was only a few hours away so I took my time. I didn't have tickets for the concert so I wanted to get there a little early to make sure I could get in. I took route 9 most of the way. It was a nice scenic route that went parallel to I 87. A lot of the area reminded me of Vermont. Very wooded, lush and green. There were many schools along the way like Marist and the Beacon school. ...