Old Lyme Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... starting here but not as far along as ME, NH, and VT. So if anyone really wants to catch the colors, there is still time. Once we got to Rocky Hill and settled into our hotel, we headed to my friend's company Comstock Ferre Seeds. This is a two hundred year old business that has been selling organic/heirloom seeds to the northeast. What a great history and a wonderful location on main street of Wetherfield, CT. It was great to see some of ...
We left Boston behind this morning for our trip to Mystic. It is called this after an Indian tribe and also it is on the river Mystic. We had an excursion booked at a place called the Plimoth Plantation. This is a reconstruction of the first settlement of the pilgrims that settled their colony there. The site is made up of a indian camp of Wampanoag Indians that speak the language that has been rediscovered and now spoken again ...
... Groton Long Point, Noank, Mystic, and Stonington. We also saw some beautiful homes and cottages along the way.
September 13, we transitioned to Black Bear Campground in Florida, NY.
September 14, we moved from Florida to the West Chester/Philadelphia ...
... the eastern entrance to Fishers Island Sound and to warn mariners of a dangerous reef southwest of Watch Hill. President Thomas Jefferson signed an act to build the lighthouse in 1806 and construction was completed in 1807. The first lighthouse stood 35 feet tall. The next lighthouse, opened in 1856, stands 45 feet tall. The lighthouse was automated in 1986 and leased to the Watch Hill Light Keepers Association.
To get to ...
... As though I never ever existed. "What? I ain't breaking any law!" No Mr. Interloper, not your law - Indian law.
The conditions for our ferry trip across Gardiners Bay were excellent, blue skies and seas like a mill pond. Once the cars were sardined in, bumper to bumper on the main deck, and passengers all repaired to either benches outside or table and chairs inside, our ferry, the "Susan Anne," was soon whipping up the salt spray past Plum Island thru New ...