great food, very cheap. An amazing review from the NEw York Times a while back. It isn't a find dining place, but isn't dingy or tacky. but you can eat a very good meal for less than $10 (before beer or wine). i highly recommend it.
One of Connecticut's oldest attractions is a great day trip just minutes from downtown New Haven. You can ride the
country's oldest continually operating suburban trolley, between the East Haven Green and Branford's Short Beach, and view nearly 100 ...
The Farnam family's contribution to the development of Yale is well known. This guest house was initially the Farnams' residence,
which was sold out to its current owners. Most of the old charm has been retained and promises a ...
Holiday Inn North Haven is about 10 minutes from downtown New Haven, home of Yale University, and the Connecticut shoreline,
with one of the oldest carousels in the New England area at Lighthouse Park.Hotel amenities include the indoor swimming ...