Ramada Limited & Suites
Travel Blogs from Niantic
... golf at Montauk which is at the tip of Long Island. It was a late finish - late enough for the deer to start wandering onto the course. Consumed some more lobster and a wonderful crab soup from a roadside stall. We are drinking mainly US wine but can buy good NZ Sav for the same price as at home.
The next day we headed off to Cape Cod taking 3 ferry crossings to take a ...
... for us use in the next 3 days.
We tell people the only reason we're hauling the kayaks on our car is so we can find it in a parking lot….well today we actually used them! What fun we had kayaking the Mystic River and Sea Port. One big ship after another, the famous Mystic Bridge and wonderful harbor scenery made the day!
Below is a brief history of the ships we cruised by:
... surf boards from the village. And this beach has less people since its a bit far from the village. There are a number of hiking and biking trails in the area.
I ride back with my ass killing me and my legs begging me to stop. But I make it back. I cycled over 20 miles and my energy levels are the same as my phone. I got a taxi back to the station. I paid 12 dollars on my way to the village and 10 dollars back to the station. Then I get onto the train and got back ...
So I haven't written in 21 days. That is quite a while. A lot happened. I went to Sloppy Tuna and met two South Africans that work there. The one is a manager and the other one a bouncer. Helen came to visit and she went with me to Sloppy Tuna too, later that same day. We played sack throwing with some random guys, we met a cop from NYC and we drank with him and then I partied with him and his friends and we played beer pong and ...
... with the locals to seat on the
gorgeous beach with the dogs which you can do after 6PM, maybe
something that could be set up on the french beaches. We will not
forget the sweet corns and the feast of muffins we were treated with.
Lulu, the sweetest little doggie ever,
even welcome the monster Pickles (at least 50 times bigger )and ruled
the game .
The Hamptons are charming and a well
groomed little ...