Fairfield Inn & Suites
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The morning of New Years Eve, we jumped in the car with Sasha and set out to see some more of Connecticut. We saw adorable town after adorable town, and had lunch at an old fashioned general store near Goshen. We drove through Cornwall, a perfect little town with a 200 year old covered bridge. The day trip ended with a hike to the top of a beautiful hill, where we were able to document the last day of the year with justice. ...
We've stopped for the night but I'm still rocking with the motion of the train.... Left Virginia and headed north....passed Baltimore, Philadelphia, NYC...and made it all the way to Connecticut. What a day: Florida to CT ( Palm trees to snow) in 25 hours - ...
... Having crammed in the first days with family, trips and lots of food, I for one am looking forward to a more relaxing day packing up, driving about and meeting the rest of the our family over here.
After a good three hour drive down I-90, I-84 and I-95, in which Meg managed to find a Westfields mall in the middle of nowhere? How the hell did she do that.
We shopped and had lunch in the Mall, I must say that I won the best lunch competition ...
... especially in universities like this.
It was really nice to walk around, even in the cold. But I was glad to be there. After a few hours out, shopping and eating at Shake Shack where I met 2 lovely locals and talked with them while I ate, and I was also interviewed for an MTV documentary about bullying which was fun. The doco basically just involved these girls going around painting everyone's pinky nail blue to fight bullying. But cool ...
... than a destination in itself. The city has a very industrial look about it and isn’t very inviting-looking from I-91 on the way to Vermont and New Hampshire. So why go?
Well, I have a National Parks pass and there’s an NPS unit in Springfield. The Springfield Armory National Historic Site was the first U.S. armory manufacturing firearms since the early 1800s. The armory closed in the 1960s but reopened as a historic site in 1978 and ...