Best Western Regent Inn
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... Yogi Bear Jellystone campground for the night. Big mistake!! It's very crowded, very noisy and slightly unkempt. We locked ourselves in the RV and called it a night. Right now they have a DJ playing LOUD music. Not our best campground, plus they charged $80 for the night, which is more than twice the amount we usually pay. Unfortunately, there weren't a lot of campgrounds to choose from in the area.
... in, one table
winning 3 of those rounds. They had many cards between them and we
just had a few since we were beginners. We weren't aware there was
money involved but there was a money prize each round. It was kind of
fun despite the strangeness of playing bingo in the rain outside a
perfectly dry hall! It was dark as we headed back but we were armed
with torches and encountered no skunks. Wouldn't mind seeing one,
don't want to trip over one!
... carved by the swirling of glacial waters laden with rocks, sand and silt. The colors of the rocks were beautiful, enhanced by the swirling foundations.
We took some backwoods roads back to Enfield, but decided to get back on the expressway for the last hour. We spent a bit more time visiting with George and Judy and enjoyed the pizza they ordered for dinner. Then it was time to say good-bye for now. We will see George and Judy again when we return from the ...
... the museum grounds.
After our museum stop, we stopped for lunch at a small Greek restaurant where we had great gyros and way too many French fries, and then continued on to Windsor Locks, CT, our destination for the day. We were staying there so we could visit with our boys' 93 year old grandfather, George, and Judy, who live in Enfield, CT. We had a really nice visit and took them out to ...
... to book with a tour company. It seemed the best way to see most of the country, while learning about the history and culture from a local guide. We also felt relieved from the task of booking hotels and prioritizing sites to see. And hey, neither Sean nor I wanted to learn how to drive on the other side of the road. A 10 day "Irish Legends" tour with CIE Tours seemed to be just what we needed. One phone call later, we were booked for an Ireland ...