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... but nothing could prepare us for what can best be described as the only city in North America that doesn't have a downtown area. Hartford is nothing more then Hollywood's joke on the rest of the world. It is easily the most boring place I have ever been ...
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 ...
Three weeks and counting.....we have our tickets and passports. We finalized the Egypt portion of our trip today. This past weekend we practiced our horse back riding skills as we have a riding trip around the pyramids planned. This was thanks to our ...
... , a large assemblage of the different weapons and prototypes produced by the Colt company that was once located in Hartford. Unfortunately, this amazing collection of impressive and historic weapons that played a huge role in shaping our country, ...
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600 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
The first public art museum in the United States features 50,000 pieces ranging from ancient to contemporary, the largest collection of Hudson River School paintings in the world, an impressive array of Pilgrim-era furnishings and European and American art.
351 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Connecticut, United States
The restored home of Mark Twain, located in the Nook Farm neighborhood, is a testimonial to one of America's greatest authors and social commentators.
56 Arbor St, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
800 Main Street, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
This landmark building and former seat of state and then city government is filled with surprises: a canon blast at the start and end of each day and a museum of oddities including a stuffed two-headed calf.