Dutch Iris Inn

Address: 239 Salmon Brook Street, Granby, Connecticut, 06035, United States | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 239 Salmon Brook Street, Granby, is near Old New-Gate Prison and Copper Mine and Farmington River.
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Travel Blogs from Granby

A Day of Candles, Flowers and Potholes

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 23, 2015

2 comments, 9 photos

We were spending one more day visiting with George and Judy before heading off to Boston and our cruise. Judy suggested a trip up to the Kringle Candle Village. Kringle Candle Company in Bernardston, MA was started by Mick Kittredge, son of the founder of Yankee Candle Company. His father had sold Yankee Candle for health reasons when Mick was only 8 years old. The Kringle Candle Company specializes in all-white candles wi, th over 100 distinctive fragrances. We ...

Rockwell, The Berkshires, and Family

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 22, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... Roosevelt speech about what we were fighting for in WWII): freedom from want, freedom of speech, freedom to worship God in your own way, and freedom from fear. These paintings toured the country to raise money through war bonds. Later in his career, Rockwell's art addressed social issues like the civil rights movement. We also visited Rockwell's studio which had been moved from downtown ...

Borders banks and burgers

A travel blog entry by whiteburns on Jul 20, 2015

This morning we woke to the sound of another down pour. But we knew we had the border crossing ahead of us so there was no time to waste. We wanted to get there early as we didn't know what the line up on a Monday morning would look like. It was toast for everyone this morning and then piling into the car. I am not sure what Leslie puts in her jam but no reaction for Mia so I will have to ask her for some. Probably not the best to experiment with ...

Ireland is only 3,000 miles away!

A travel blog entry by emeraldembrace on Jul 14, 2015

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... reality.

Plans for Ireland were underway. When should we go? What places will we visit? How long in each spot? How will we get around? The timeframe was the easiest decision to make - the summer has the most comfortable weather and fits with our work schedules conveniently. The nitty gritty of where to go and how to get around proved to be the toughest choice. We discussed with friends, read blogs and online articles, compared options, and ...

Elinor Weds: Survival of the Fittest (sorry Nanny)

A travel blog entry by pantseatflyers on Jun 24, 2015

... this side of the nuthouse. Our Dad, Peter Watts, will be making an appearance from across the pond with his life partner Wynne. Quoting one of the most influential men in American history, the great BA Baracus, "I pity the foo' who calls her his 'girlfriend'" (Dad booking accommodation on the other side of the mountain was not by accident). Moving on, my mother, Anne Davies, will be present with her most recent boy toy, Jerry McCreedy (AKA Harry Carry, ...