TripAdvisor Reviews Regal Inn New Haven
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... that night.
Lindsey decided that having kids looked like a lot of work. On the way, we
survived the Tappan Zee Bridge and Lindsey braved our first thunderstorm just
as it got dark in the hills of Pennsylvania. We also began trying to take
pictures of the Welcome to ________ state signs, but missed New York and New
Jersey right off the bat, so we decided they didn’t count.
On the morning of Day 2 ...
... but we lost some weight when we loaded our 11' truck camper that weighs about 3,000 pounds.
All in all, we had a pleasant trip. Molly did well, considering that she has some anxiety issues due to her dementia. We expected to have problems with her, but she slept most of the way. Our new used truck camper worked out well, considering we still had some issues that needed to be taking care of. I was worried about the tie-down O-ring that I ...
... bedrooms billiards room, dining room the size of my house, etc. Get the idea! Almost impossible to describe, an amazing sight to behold.
A lovely drive to Cape Cod and Hyannis. We drove around the suburbs and streets and ended up at the beach for a fabulous sunset. The scenery was quintessential Cape Cod. Beautiful.
Dinner at a lovely local restaurant......and a load of washing! A great few days.
"Connecticut" Michael Feinstein
"Freedom" Richie Havens
"Still haven't found what I'm looking for" U2 (seek and ye shall find the link)
Sightings yesterday: the first rain-mate, and a domestic security company called "Surelock Homes"! (Couldn't make it up!)
The end is nigh! Our last day in New England and then it's on down to the Big Apple via Connecticut. Cape Card has been something of a disappointment, partly due, I am sure, to the ...
Having grown up in the New York area, New Haven and Yale were not all that far away to check out for a visit, but it probably never occurred to me to stop there. Yale ranks up there with Harvard and Stanford as one of America's most prestigious universities, but I probably think about it less because it’s not in the orbit of a major city I’ve visited a few times like Boston or San Fran. If I recall correctly I did apply there for economics graduate ...
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