Old Lyme Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Old Lyme
... that has happened I'm not on the winding down of this crazy experience and I am almost ready to come home and start my life fresh with some additions which have been there through all of this and have waited almost 3 months. People know who they are. This is going to be a short one so I do apologise its half 11 and I'm shattered after playing a full staff basketball 5 on 5 game for most of the evening. Until next ...
... back towards Groton. After grabbing a quick bite to eat, Alex and I went to the local movie theater to watch the movie "Planes 2: Fire and Rescue". It was a cute animated film that he has been telling me for weeks that he wanted to see. We were one of the only 3 families in the theater,
After the movie, I finally got to resolve a big bone of contention: Alex had wanted to go swimming in the hotel ...
... Club". Excuse my French, but I'm ******* petrified for how I go about paying back loans post graduation with my ambiguous bachelors degree and general lack of a skill base in life. I'm good at careless ****, like hitchhiking and putting both feet behind my head. But as for knowledge of importance, sense of responsibility, and punctuality.. you know, adult skills.. I've got jack **** going for me. So within 5 months, one of two things has to change: ...
We arrived to the sleepy fishing town of Mystic early evening and after settling in at our motel we walked to the historic centre. Having been in NYC and Boston prior to this, Mystic's tranquility was very accommodating and as we wondered along the riverside encountering a few seafood shacks on the way the sunset was mesmerising. The sky's rapidly changing colour was having a humbling effect on the crystal river water and made for ...
... back here next summer. She said that she wants to be buried here in the teeny Remsenburg cemetary because this is the place where her heart has always been. She doesn't mention the Alzheimer's, because she never does. Somewhere within the struggle to say what needs to be said, without saying what we don't dare put into words, is the respect we feel toward her for naming what's important to her and making us recognize it. She's a brave ...