TripAdvisor Reviews Branford Motel
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... fifth studio album, but named for her year of birth), both released in the last couple of weeks. I’m not here to write a review on either album, (though it would be mostly positive as I am truly enjoying both played over and over in my car). Instead, I want to talk about one song: Taylor Swift's “Welcome to New York.”
It's the opening track to her album and I can’t stop listening to it. It’s a song about ...
... she will find the news of my world invaluable to keeping her connected to her own.
I suppose my concern is mostly with to whom I will be writing. Will she still be the same girl who gallivanted with me on a scavenger hunt in NYC and who, in her youth, left me entertaining phone messages? Or will she become whatever it is they are training her to be? Will she change so quickly, or not at all? But that’s impossible, to change not-at-all.
We had clean clothes, now we needed clean bodies. We had been having good luck at finding YMCAs for a good price so we headed to the YMCA in Cranston. It was 10$ each for the day pass but an amazing lady who was working there decided to let us use her guest passes so that we could go in for free. Maybe she smelled us and took pity? The gym was fantastic and we got in a great workout and then nice hot showers. These YMCAs have been so fantastic for ...
... br> We braved the surroundings and discovered a decent Italian restaurant within walking distance and enjoyed a canneloni and salad, with backing accompaniment by a crooning combo singe an eclectic mix of Frank Sinatra, Eric Clapton and other standards that blurred into the background. Is there a favourite American dish, I wonder, apart from grits? Luckily, the motel has a guest laundry so we could now be squeaky clean for our short spell in New York.
... br> “thimbleberries” or black raspberries which once grew
wild on them.
ferry and tour boats that leave the town dock have
different names and different captains, but as you go
from island to island you will be told many of the same
stories of people and events that were told nearly 50