Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Old Saybrook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... describe the mirror correctly, shaped like a church window and I did see my reflection in my white gown and was suddenly hit with the realisation that maybe it was the second coming and I'm the chosen one. Who would have thought. My mind immediately raced ahead and I thought what about all the merchandise out there already. I mean I don't exactly have long flowing locks of hair and don't have a beard. It would have to be all redone. I could license the ...
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 - ...
... it, in tact we all loved it and I am very happy!
From there to New Haven in Connecticut, the home of Yale University. A great drive through the countryside after leaving the highways. Such different housing up here in the colder climes.
Breakfast overlooking Yale. Of course, wrong time of year for tours, but we had a walk around and looked at some of the beautiful old and delicate buildings.
I continued along the Connecticut coast on minor roads as close to the beaches as possible on the busy Memorial Day start to the summer. The season was just beginning in the nice beach and harbor towns along the way. I made a short stop in Mystic but didn't go to Mystic Seaport Museum this time since it was already late in the day. Mystic was very crowded and touristy.
I wanted to stop in Stonington, a small village on a peninsula in Block Island Sound that made ...
... of impressionist painter J. Alden
Weir whose circle of visitors at the house who painted there included Childe
Hassam, John Singer Sargent, and John Twachtman.
I followed U.S. 1 through coastal towns most of the way
except to bypass New Haven on I-95. The western part of the Connecticut coast from
Greenwich to New Haven is a quite continuous stretch of older cities like
Bridgeport and suburbanized town within the New York City orbit, but ...