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A Travel Blog by lagalag1
From Woodbury,Ct to Cape May,New Jersey by car.
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A Travel Blog entry by chrismcadam from West Hartford, CT, Connecticut, United States
Let me start off by saying that I absolutely love being unemployed at the moment!! I sat around all week long and did nothing but watch every possible world cup match, and let me tell you I have never felt more free.. haha. (I can understand if a few of ...
A Travel Blog entry by mikeandkelsey from Hartford, CT, Connecticut, United States
As we drove from our show in Hartford, CT to our day off in New Jersey, we stopped in Bridgeport, CT, for lunch. We pulled off the highway to go to Quiznos. This was downtown, so we circled the block until we found street parking. We plopped a view ...
A Travel Blog entry by mikeandkelsey from Berlin, CT, Connecticut, United States
... our normal hotel-a-night routine, and we're a disheveled mess I guess! This afternoon, we drove straight south to New London, CT. From our Radisson Hotel, we walked to Chaplin's, a local restaurant, for a seafood dinner. It's relatively new--it opened in ...
A Travel Blog entry by mikeandkelsey from Griswold, CT, Connecticut, United States
... any New Englanders wish to come see one of the shows we do, here is the information: Griswold High School 267 Slater Ave. Griswold, CT 06351 8:30am, 9:15am The drive from Manchester, NH, seems to be just a little over two hours long. If you come to visit ...
A Travel Blog entry by rtauck from Westport CT, Connecticut, United States
... ; We saw the 14,500 miles across the Ocean, and mostly ate oysters and clams, drank beer and reminisced about sailings locally in CT and throughout the world with Tauck at Sea programs. The new ship is a beauty and I'm not sure who is aboard - ...
A Travel Blog entry by covi from San Francisco, California, United States
... doors I would open and walk through all along these years. The East Coast surely is a beautiful part of the country. Fall in CT is an amazing mixture of colors and landscapes full of magic. Reds, greens. oranges, yellows, browns, maroons ... And I loved ...
A Travel Blog entry by debsndarren from Ko Samui, Thailand
... veins at those words. My mum died of a stroke and my dad died of a brain tumour. Within minutes I was wheeled into the CT scanner and they scanned me. By the time I got back, my doctor was there to tell me that I had neither. Thank ...
A Travel Blog entry by slstravels from Cape Town South Africa, Western Cape, South Africa
... many booths with different food to choose from that I couldn't make up my mind. A very popular place on Saturdays here in CT. The people watching was great. People come from all over the city to this place. Tonight is the big rugby tournament semifinals. ...
A Travel Blog entry by rosandjohn from Can Tho, Vietnam
... us and they clamoured for customers. We stood our ground, haggled hard and got a "taxi" to our hotel on the waterfront. CT was a lot more interesting than CD, as the main town in the Mekong delta, it was very lively with pleasant public gardens along ...
A Travel Blog entry by edct from Staunton, Virginia, United States
... bird fell to the road and flipped around on the roadway, and I assume, was not long for this world! The ride continued from CT, to New York State, into Pennsylvania, and through the Pocono Mountain region. Although it was suppose to be a great day ...
A Travel Blog entry by barnis from Bethel, Connecticut, United States
... I'm so tired...CT has been great. We arrived on wednesday and have had a fairly busy few days visiting family, touring CT and partying. Thursday we visiting my grandparents and then stopped by my old family summer house to explore and see my mom's ...
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1 Lorraine Ct,. at Anza, Richmond District, San Francisco, California, United States8 reviews
An off-the-beaten-track architectural landmark of the Victorian era worth visiting.