Special For Angels Watch Inn B&B
Date: 10/22/2004 – 4/22/2005 Location: 902 Boston Post Rd.
Westbrook, CT 06498
For more reservations/information: Angels’ Watch Inn Bed and Breakfast 902 BBoston Post Road Westbrook, CT 06498 860-399-8846 email@example.com www.angelswatchinn.com Special: “Murder Mystery Dinners” Description: “Murder Mystery Dinners” JOIN US AT THE ANGELS’ WATCH INN FOR A DINNER AND A MURDER MYSTERY GAME March 18 and 19, April 22 and 23, 2005 Murder at The Four Dueces October 29 and 30, 2004 ,March 18 and 19, 2005, April 22 and 23, 2005 It’s 1920 and the American economy is booming. Employment is high, new inventions and mass production have improved people’s standard of living, and life, for many, is good. Prohibition had been created with the intention of providing a healthier, happier, safer, and more efficient America. These are the jazz years, with new music and dances, new and daring fashions, and loosening of sexual inhibitions, it is a time of hedonistic pleasure for many. Don Wannabe is hosting a grand opening celebration for his new speakeasy The Four Deuces and you are invited to attend. The Four Deuces is a lavish joint serving booze and music in the front. In the back is the gambling hall and upstairs is a very high class and exclusive brothel. The cream and not so cream of society will be here. With gangsters, hit men, politicians, opera singers, molls and many other interesting guests in attendance there are sure to be a lot of big deals being made here tonight. Copyright © 2002-2003 Dinner and a Murder Mystery Games. Written by Mary Lee Ferrin MURDER MYSTERY WEEKENDS Friday: Arrive at the Inn and be greeted with strawberries dipped in chocolate, or another decadent treat, chilled champagne or sparkling juice waiting for you in your room. Saturday: Awake to a delicious full gourmet breakfast. Spend the day relaxing at the Inn, indulging in our two person pedestal soaking tubs or opt for one of our mind, body, spirit, wellness sessions, cozy up near the fireplace with a good book and a glass of fine wine or get lost exploring our beautiful CT River /Shoreline area. Visit three of our finest wineries, shop at Westbrook Factory Outlets, or Clinton Crossings, browse through our many fine antique shops, take a short drive to Mystic Seaport and Aquarium and while you are there try your luck at Foxwoods or Mohegan Sun Casinos. Take a walk along beautiful West Beach located right on Long Island Sound, which is just one block walk from the Inn. That evening you will leave your room in costume and in the character that has been pre assigned you before your arrival. The downstairs of the Inn will be decorated as the Four Deuces, There you will become a part of “A MURDER MYSTERY WITH A DELICIOUS DINNER” Sunday: Awake to another delicious full gourmet breakfast. Check out Angel Loft and Back Room: $495 for Murder Mystery, cocktails and hors de ovaries, a 5 course gourmet dinner including beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks, two evenings lodging tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Front and Drawing Rooms: $480 for Murder Mystery, cocktails and hors de ovaries, a 5 course gourmet dinner including beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks, two evenings lodging tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Middle Room: $470 for Murder Mystery, cocktails and hors de ovaries, a 5 course gourmet dinner including beer, wine, champagne, soft drinks, two evenings lodging tax included based on double occupancy for stay at Angels’ Watch Inn. Massage Therapy/Bodywork $75 per person per session per person Fedoras, Boas, Beads, Neckties, Cigarette Holders, Pom Poms, Santa Hats, Appetizers, Dinner, Beer, Dessert, Champagne, White and Red Wine, Soda, Bottled Water, Sparkling Cider, Coffee, Tea included in Murder Mystery.
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‘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
- 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.
- American production clocks fill the rooms of the American Clock & Watch Museum, off Rte. 6 in Bristol.
- Then head south to Cheshire and visit