Homestead Inn

Address: 420 Field Point Rd., Greenwich, Connecticut, 06830-7097, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 420 Field Point Rd., Greenwich, is near Greenwich Avenue, Bruce Museum of Arts and Science, Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens, and Bush-Holley House Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Greenwich

    Melon bacon cheeseburgers

    A travel blog entry by richard.boase on Jan 19, 2015

    2 comments, 18 photos

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    I had my oatmeal, tea and toast in my stateroom and spent an hour in the fitness centre before venturing into the city to meet Jim, the eldest son of my longest standing school friend. We headed off to JG Melon on the corner of 3rd Avenue and E 74th Street for what is arguably the best burger in town. It was certainly packed out at lunchtime, which is always a good sign. The bacon cheeseburger more than lived up ...

    Big Apple days

    A travel blog entry by gillmcgrath on Oct 27, 2014

    5 photos

    ... here 12 years ago are that the cars are much smaller and as soon as people realise we are English, they want to know what football team we support. There was no interest in football in America until recently - perhaps a legacy of the World Cup? We have had a lovely trip but are now definitely ready for home. I have got to the point where I cannot stand any more officious Americans shouting at us to move along quicker, get in line or stay over to the side. They screen ...


    A travel blog entry by mitchellusatour on Sep 21, 2014

    11 photos

    ... a river. But here, it was just the absence of two historical buildings that were not just part of the NY skyline, but their destruction redefined history. The kids were sombre, but they appreciated the significance of its history.

    After a moment in the sun, we got to go on a cruise to see the statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and get off on Wall Street to be driven to Rockefeller Centre to climb to the top of the Rock and take in New York in al ...

    New York, New York

    A travel blog entry by tlvice on Aug 09, 2014

    77 photos

    ... Square. On the way, we stopped at Duke Deli so Lorraine and Hillary could get something to eat. Leslie and I just had another cup of coffee. I was struck by the “no” sign that was above our table. It contained a seemingly unending list of prohibited behavior.

    After breakfast and a couple of more blocks, we were in Times Square. I found myself awe-struck. All of the sights and sounds nearly overwhelmed my senses. ...

    Day 4 - The Museum of Jewish Heritage

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 03, 2014

    13 photos

    ... pole. After about 15 minutes he finally got a good bite! A few of us there watch with anticipation as he worked to reel it in, and then out of the water came this fish that looked like a tiny shark. I have no idea what it was, but he got the hook out of it's mouth and then let it flop around for a minute. He then took it over to his scooter parked in the shade and put it in a plastic grocery sack, tied it up, and hung it on ...