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Travel Blogs from Montauk
Welcome to my blog that will be all about my trip to Italy in March 2014!
I will be traveling to the following cities:
- Fl orence
- Nettuno li>
Hope you all keep track with my planning my trip and also look forward to photos while I'm on my journey! ...
... ready for home.
On Tuesday we drove out to Montauk Point Lighthouse, located on the easternmost point of Long Island.
On the way to the lighthouse there are lookouts, one the Oyster Pond. The Oyster Pond is a natural pond within the bay. The water fills it when the tides come and then fish are trapped inside when the tide goes out. The Indians would catch fish in it.
Another lookout is ...
We have lived the Hampton Experience over the past two days and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. This place is like nothing on earth. Pristine grounds, houses beyond belief, quaint and stylish villages, restaurants, shopping, beaches. It has been a vast contrast to the city buzz of NY. As always I'll post pics to tell the ...
Spent a few nights at Seaforth RV Park, Mystic, Connecticut. Visited the Mystic Seaport Museum of America and the Sea. Also took a walk through downtown Seaport, were lucky enough to watch the Drawbridge in action on the Mystic River. Took some pics of a couple of nice houses along the way.
Went to the Submarine Force Museum and Historic Submarine Nautilus in Groton, Connecticut. The USS Nautilus, now decommissioned, is open to the public to go on board for a ...
Today we explored the south coast of Long Island all the way through the Hamptons to Montauk where one of the oldest lighthouses in America is. This one, at Montauk Point, was commissioned by George Washington, and is also where the famous slave ship Amistad came ashore and where Teddy Roosevelt's Rough Riders were quarantined after coming down with malaria. It's a pretty remote yet scenic place. The drive through West Hampton, East ...