The Greenporter Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... undergoing repair works. We were even allowed on board which was a bonus. There is also a restored 1841 whaling boat. They have replicated a maritime village from the early 1800's with original buildings from the area. It's still bloody cold and thank goodness for my beanie with a peak.
(Sioux here. I was keen to look at the surrounding area so it was back behind the wheel and off driving again. Just when Jarn was ready to turn around and head back ...
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 - ...
... Rhode Island, home of The America's Cup and some of the best beach shacks you will ever see. The Newport Mansions were built as weekenders by wealthy NY families around the late 1800's and early 1900's. By the late 40's the Mansions began passing to a new Preservation Society as upkeep became more difficult. We visited the Vanderbilt's weekender built around 1894, called "The Breakers". 15 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms, ...
... fog. A little further east I had dinner of real New England fare at a seafood shack on the beach – fish and chips, clam rolls, clam chowder, and cole slaw. What they called clam rolls I’d be more inclined to call clam puffs or clam fritters, a deep-fried fluffy dough balls with some chopped clams in the batter. It was nothing like a New England lobster roll, which is what I expected it to resemble.
I camped for the night at ...
... painters that developed into the Old Lyme art
colony. The museum is closed on Mondays and Memorial Day was no exception, so I
will have to catch it on another trip to New England. On my way out of Old Lyme
I stopped at Duck River Cemetery, the old town burying ground for Old Lyme with
earliest tombstones dating from 1676. I was the only one there, so it felt a
little creepy. It would be a great place to visit on a foggy day around