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Special For Angels Watch Inn B&B


Date: 10/22/2004 - 2/15/2005
Location: 902 Boston Post Rd.
(Rte. 1)
Westbrook, CT 06498


For more reservations/information: Angels' Watch Inn Bed and Breakfast 902 BBoston Post Road Westbrook, CT 06498 860-399-8846 info@angelswatchinn.com www.angelswatchinn.com
Special: VALENTINES DAY CELEBRATION
Description:
VALENTINES DAY CELEBRATION Monday February 14, 2005 Monday: Arrive at the Inn and be greeted with strawberries dipped in chocolate or another decadent treat and chilled champagne or sparkling juice waiting for you in your room. Monday evening relax, unwind and sit down near the fireplace with your fellow guests and enjoy cocktails and hors d’ ovaries at Angels’ Watch Inn. From there you will go to The Café Routier where you will celebrate Valentines’ Day and experience the finest in dining. The Café Routier is a lovely intimate and romantic restaurant just 1.2 miles from the Inn with an exquisite menu. www.caferoutier.com Tuesday: Awake to a delicious full gourmet breakfast. Check out. There is always complimentary beer, wine, champagne, non-alcoholic beverages, bottled water, snacks, fruit and juices. Angel Loft and Back Room: $180 tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Dinner at Café Routier is separate you pay Café Routier directly. Front and Drawing Rooms: $170 tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Dinner at Café Routier is separate you pay Café Routier directly. Middle Room: $158 tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Dinner at Café Routier is separate you pay Café Routier directly. Massage Therapy/Bodywork $75 per person per session per person.

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Yankee Ingenuity


"So I'm a Yankee...Why I could make anything a body wanted...and if there wasn't any quick new-fangled way to make a thing, I could invent one."

Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court


  1. Locks and clocks were big business in Connecticut in the Industrial Revolution and you can see the largest collections of both on this getaway. The Lock Museum of America, I-84 Exit 38 in Terryville has 22,000 items tracing the history of the American lock industry.
  2. American production clocks fill the rooms of the American Clock & Watch Museum, off Rte. 6 in Bristol.
  3. Then head south to Cheshire and visit

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