Four Points by Sheraton Norwalk

426 Main Avenue, Norwalk, Connecticut, 06851, United States | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Norwalk

Day 5 Norwalk to Newport

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 13, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... and radar well identifying boats there were so many large yachts out there but we saw nothing we liter early spent the day with 200 feet of visibility. A note on that, it is a strange peaceful and eerie feeling when you can't see anything and all you hear is the boat engine and waves...beautiful! I'm reading g a book "it's not just his boat" it is written by a women sailor her and her hubby have traveled 180k of water over ...

Carpe Diem

A travel blog entry by travelrob on Jun 29, 2012

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Lonesome George lived 100 years but sadly passed away 5 days before my trip. RIP big guy. I never knew you but you were pretty special, even to someone 5,000 miles away.

So carpe diem before it's too late.

Irish Pubs & Meatpacking District of Manhattan

A travel blog entry by xplorersarah on Jun 14, 2012

4 photos

... grungy pubs with lots of character to the highly fashionable places that make me feel completely inadequate in my backpacker clothes! Each of the places we visited had a completely different theme. First, the grungy place where they played American country music and where I met the weirdest yet nicest person. He had a torch in his ear! Rich, myself and Rocky with his girlfriend Nicole, found ourselves at a hip Thai place (hip and ...

Batteries Not Included

A travel blog entry by travelrob on May 08, 2012

1 photo

... places with little or not internet the Nook is better. The Fire is designed around having access to good internet (uses cloud storage, streaming video services but no expandable memory). The Nook allows you to load more content onto it so you can be less reliant on the internet.

The great thing about both readers is that people can loan books to each other (and borrow from libraries!). Anyone have any good Nook books you want to loan me? :)

The Burg!!!!

A travel blog entry by fouritchyfeet on Dec 18, 2011

... We couldn't afford the really big theatres on broadway, so found a cheap back street theatre, Repertory Theater, it was so small it was nice though being christmas we saw The Christmas Carol which was really good only one major niggle was the actor who played ScrOOge was possiblY the worst actor ever so annoying both me and phil felt irritated by his over acting!

Still had a few bits of last minute shopping to do got them all done the headed ...