Navy Lodge New London
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and beautiful. They are occupied by a motley collection of local businesses (pet food store, gym,children's clothing outlet, veterinarian), clearly much different from their heyday. Ware was followed by picturesque villages like West Brookfield, with a town green surrounded by white houses and a church.
As we meandered south into Connecticut, the landscape started to change, gentling a bit as we went along. Fewer conifers, towns closer together. I ...
... history. We had excellent orchestra seats for the 2:30 matinée. It was a very enjoyable and energetic show. The rain had stopped, when we emerged from the Ambassador theatre at 5:00 p.m.
After the show we took the subway to lower Manhattan to search for 55 Wall Street. Jens' father, Poul, spent three years (1928-31) in the U.S. working for the National City Bank at that address. As a 24-year old, he ...
We left Boston behind this morning for our trip to Mystic. It is called this after an Indian tribe and also it is on the river Mystic. We had an excursion booked at a place called the Plimoth Plantation. This is a reconstruction of the first settlement of the pilgrims that settled their colony there. The site is made up of a indian camp of Wampanoag Indians that speak the language that has been rediscovered and now spoken again ...
We drove to a mall on the other side of New London to get a couple of errands done. On the way back, we decided to hug the coastline. While, we could not find a cove like the many we found in the Canadian Maritimes, we did stumble upon some neat marinas and harbors as we ...
... it will be a great place to stay. Quiet and off the beaten path, but not too far from I-95.
Today, Molly and we first drove south to the Watch Hill Lighthouse. The lighthouse has served as a nautical beacon for ships since 1745, when the Rhode Island colonial government erected a watchtower and beacon during the French and Indian War and Revolutionary War. Destroyed in a 1781 storm, plans were discussed to build a new lighthouse ...