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We had dinner here before heading out to the Sherman Playhouse. The low wooden ceiling and walls depict colonial CT. The menu is a mix of steak, scampi, and a pasta dish or two. It's not gourmet just a good meal. The staff is friendly...More
Opened in 1842, this 33m covered bridge is also technically known as Bridge No. 4453. One of the reasons we chose to come to Connecticut was to see some of its covered bridges. This one didn’t disappoint.
We were originally supposed to visit the state falls park, but were not allowed to enter because there was no parking for our group’s yellow bus. So, we made a detour and went around the Bull’s bridge area. Definitely worth checking out...and there are some...More
Bulls Bridge was neat to see. We walked through the bridge then went down a path on the other side to get closer to the water and take a couple of pictures looking up at the bridge. There was a dam there too.
It was smaller than I thought. Lots of traffic still use the bridge so with little ones I did not feel comfortable walking over it. It’s very narrow and had no place but the middle of the road to walk. I did take a few...More
has a charm and is also an impressive timber structure, a long way up from river bed. Some great views of foaming water rushing by from either side of bridge and through several viewing windows in the bridge cladding