Connecticut is just a short car, bus or train ride away from New York, Boston, and the Atlantic coastline, all of which are ideal destinations for spending a weekend or brief vacation. If you plan on spending a night or two, an incredible view can make your hotel go from good to great. These hotels in Connecticut’s neighboring states will allow you to gaze at nature, the sea, or the big city, all from the comfort of your room.
On days where it’s raining there’s no need to just stay home. These state bars provide not just shelter from the rain but good company, top-notch menu items and fun times.
For great food, drinks and company, these bars can’t be beat when you’re in the mood to take in America’s national pastime.
For some fun “staycation” activities in Connecticut that kids are sure to love, we asked Stamford teacher Deborah Okun.
The martini has been in existence for well over a century, and it has persevered as one of America’s favorite cocktails. For some of the best recipes, we called upon bartender John Ginnetti from the New Haven cocktail lounge 116 Crown.
An expected snow day can be stressful for parents because they have to think of things other than television or computer screens to keep kids occupied at home. For some better suggestions, we turned to Stamford schoolteacher Danielle Madalon.
Sure, Valentine’s Day is supposed to be for couples, but that doesn’t mean those who are unattached can’t enjoy the day as well. Connecticut has plenty going on this year to make that easy.
Whatever your guy’s needs or interests, you’re bound to find something suitable for Valentine’s Day at one of these Connecticut shops.
Get your kids involved with a new activity at these martial arts classes in Connecticut.
Connecticut’s location in the Northeast means there is no shortage of restaurants that serve fresh seafood. Whether you like them steamed, boiled or roasted, as part of a large entree, or just by themselves, the mussels at these establishments will leave you satisfied.