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Connecticut Drive: Litchfield County

Connecticut Drive: Litchfield County
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by in May 2007

When we arrived at The Hopkins Inn, the stone terrace overlooking Lake Waramaug beckoned. The scent of grapes ripening (part of Hopkins Vineyard is right behind the inn) was carried on the late-summer breeze. By the time we finished our escargots, wiener schnitzel, and pork tenderloin in a calvados sauce, we were relaxed to the core, washed clean by the rocky, riverine landscape.

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2 Responses to Connecticut Drive: Litchfield County

  1. joanne Roby October 12, 2008 at 1:40 pm #

    I am looking for driving instructions from NO.Kingstown,RI.
    THank you–JWR186@cox.net

  2. Angela Bird May 27, 2009 at 10:59 am #

    I can send you a mapquest to Litchfield center. What’s the closest state route near your home?

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