BEST BED AND BREAKFAST IN CONNECTICUT. MAYFAIR HOTEL LONDON REVIEWS.
Best Bed And Breakfast In Connecticut
- a river in the northeastern United States; flows south from northern New Hampshire along the border between New Hampshire and Vermont and through Massachusetts and Connecticut where it empties into Long Island Sound
- a New England state; one of the original 13 colonies
- one of the British colonies that formed the United States
- A state in the northeastern US, on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean's Long Island Sound, one of the six New England states; pop. 3,405,565; capital, Hartford; statehood, Jan. 9, 1788 (5). One of the original thirteen states. The Fundamental Orders, adopted by the Connecticut Colony in 1639, is often considered the first democratic constitution in America
- the first meal of the day (usually in the morning)
- eat an early morning meal; "We breakfast at seven"
- provide breakfast for
- Have this meal
- furnish with a bed; "The inn keeper could bed all the new arrivals"
- a plot of ground in which plants are growing; "the gardener planted a bed of roses"
- A place or article used by a person or animal for sleep or rest
- a piece of furniture that provides a place to sleep; "he sat on the edge of the bed"; "the room had only a bed and chair"
- A piece of furniture for sleep or rest, typically a framework with a mattress and coverings
- The time for sleeping
Connecticut River from French King's Bridge
From the Connecticut River Watershed Council: "The Connecticut River is New England's largest river ecosystem and one of the Nation's 14 American Heritage Rivers American Heritage Rivers. Its watershed encompasses over 11,000 square miles of wild, rural and urban lands in parts of four states -- Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. The River Valley's rich history, economic vitality, and renewed environmental integrity are at the heart of our quality of life and sense of place. Known to Native Americans as Quenticut, "the long tidal river," the Connecticut carves a sinuous, shimmering pathway south from Fourth Connecticut Lake at the Canadian border -- past forested mountains and small hamlets, through rich farmlands and large cities -- to empty 410 miles later into Long Island Sound. Dammed and dumped in over the past 150 years, the Connecticut gained the reputation by the mid-twentieth century of being the Nation's "best landscaped sewer." People and communities turned their backs to it. Spring runs of Atlantic salmon and American shad disappeared. Following passage of the Federal Clean Water Act in 1972, communities and businesses stopped using the River as a dump. Through the hard work of the Connecticut River Watershed Council and others, water quality in the River and its tributaries is today dramatically improved. Salmon and shad are returning, and community riverfronts are being revitalized. The rich natural diversity and special qualities of the Connecticut and its watershed have gained both national and international recognition. It was designated an American Heritage River in 1998, the entire watershed is a National Fish and Wildlife Refuge, and its tidal wetlands are of international importance. Despite the gains of the past quarter century, there are still threats to the River that require vigilance and action by the Watershed Council and others, threats like... combined sewer overflows, nonpoint source pollution, increasing numbers of powerboats, and riverside development. Ironically, some of these threats are a result of more and more people wanting to get on or near the River as it has gotten cleaner."
Connecticut River at Glastonbury Cove
Connecticut River at Glastonbury Cove. Nine shot HDR, merged in Photomatrix, tweaked in Photoshop.