College students don’t need to fly or travel far to have a good time on their spring break. Make lasting memories and take in local sights in cities, beach towns and ski resorts within driving distance from your Connecticut home or college.
Connecticut is fortunate enough to experience the four seasons. Although some might dislike the snow, there are those who live for a day on the slopes. These ski resorts are family friendly and often offer children’s ski programs.
You may be in Connecticut but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is this February 17, 2015. Whether you want to make a night of dancing and New Orleans-style music or celebrate the culture through food, there are events throughout the state this Fat Tuesday as well as throughout the week.
Restaurants around the state of Connecticut offer romantic atmospheres that set the mood for an enjoyable evening. Make reservations at one these fine dining establishments when planning your next date night.
Local art walks are a unique opportunity for both local artists and art lovers. Here are some of the best art walks in the state to put on your radar.
Some of these best happy hour restaurants and bars cater to sports lovers, the after-work crowd or those looking for delicious food to go with their drink.
Getting a manicure can be a relaxing way to pamper yourself. These salons and spas will leave you with awesome nails and relaxation.
There are beautiful locations in Connecticut’s parks that provide scenic backdrop opportunities and often times are free to the public to enter.
When the temperatures drop in the New England winter season, a delicious soup can quickly provide the warmth you are looking for. Soup lovers are guaranteed to find a new favorite with the variety of menu options at these locations.
Entertainment, cultural events, sporting events and seasonal treasures are some of the focal points of what 2015 has to offer in the Nutmeg State.