Mystic, Connecticut

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As purists will tell you, the town of Mystic does not really exist; Old Mystic comprises a couple of quaint streets north of the highway, while tourists are drawn to the maritime recreations at Mystic Seaport, a couple of miles south, and its bustling downtown just across the Mystic River. The drawbridge leading downtown is still raised hourly and on request for some magnificent taller ships sailing through. The area's biggest draw is the Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, exit 90 off I-95 (Jan & Feb Mon– Fri 10am–5pm, Sat & Sun 9am–6pm, March– Dec daily …
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Captain Daniel Packer Inne

The DPI was built on the Mystic River over 250 years ago. Square-rigger Captain Daniel Packer completed construction of the building bordering Water Street in 1756. From that time to the late 1900's the property remained in the Packer family and their descendants, The Keelers. The Inne was restored in the 1980's by Richard and Lulu Kiley, and remains in the family today.