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7 Pictures of Essex, Connecticut

On Sunday 50 bloggers and photographers met in Essex, Connecticut to network and take photos of this picturesque village.  Established in 1648, Essex is one of Connecticut’s oldest settlements.  Attractions include: the Griswold Inn, the Connecticut River Museum and the Essex Steam Train.  I captured these photos while strolling down …

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Thanksgiving Dining at Saybrook Point Inn and Spa

Saybrook Point Inn and Spa

OLD SAYBROOK, Conn. – The Saybrook Point Inn & Spa is celebrating Thanksgiving with a bountiful feast of traditional holiday fare creatively prepared by the resort’s accomplished culinary team. The lavish buffet-style menu features a carving station serving old-fashioned Roasted Turkey with Country Gravy, Traditional Stuffing, and Sausage and Cornbread …

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REVIEW: Nutri Ninja Auto-iQ Compact

I was honestly happy with my juicer at home, so the Nutri Ninja company was not earmarked as a vendor for me to visit during the recent BlogHer15 Conference. However, I grabbed one of their samples as I was walking by their booth and after my fifth one, I decided to …

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SomruS Indian Cream Liqueur

Move over Baileys’ and Rum Cream. SomruS (literal translation, nectar of the God’s) has made it’s way onto Connecticut store shelves, into my liquor stash.  Distributed exclusively by Connecticut distributors Inc (CDI).  Connecticut is the fifth state to carry the award wining, first of it’s kind, cream liqueur after NY, IL and …

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Brick + Wood Authentic Neapolitan Pizza

Brick + Wood Margherita Neapolitan Pizza

FAIRFIELD, CT —Brick + Wood, grew in popularity after they opened their doors in November of 2014 because of the overall vibes, menu, wine selection and of course, their authentic Neapolitan pizza pies. The popular (the restaurant was hopping on a Tuesday) Fairfield restaurant and tap wine bar took their …

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Le Moulin Rouge, Live in New York City September 26th and 27th

Le Moulin Rouge, the world’s most famous cabaret, is coming to New York City this weekend! On September 26 and 27th you will be able to catch four abridged Moulin Rouge performances and two fashion shows during the FREE Best of France  celebration in Times Square. Best of France, formerly known as …

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Foxwoods 2015 Restaurant Month, September 8th- 30th

Nine of the resorts 30 restaurants which includes: Al Dente, Cedars, David Burke Prime, Golden Dragon, High Rollers, Paragon, Red Lantern, Scorpion Bar and Veranda Cafe will offer $35 three-course menus during the promotion, with choice of first course, entree and dessert.

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A Tourism Guide To New York City Attractions

New York City is arguably more packed with attractions than any popular tourist destination in the world. While most cities and vacation spots offer up a few things you’re supposed to see and do, New York can wear out any traveler with its exhaustive list of recommended sights and activities. …

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Top 7 Last minute European holidays

Responsible Travel rounds up the Top 7 Last minute European holidays – make the most of the pound at its strongest since 2008, worth over 11% more than just six months ago New guide to booking ‘Last Minute’ holidays is a valuable tool to getting even better value and shows how …

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Shopping in the Berkshires at the Lee Premium Outlets

Last Saturday, I had the opportunity to visit the Lee Premium Outlets that is nestled high in the picturesque Berkshire Mountains in Lee, Massachusetts. The outlet stores, are an hour from Hartford, Connecticut and about 45 minutes from Albany, New York and is located at exit 2, right off of the …

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