Away For The Day

Away For The Day
Away For The Day is listed in the Travel & Tourism category in Westport, Connecticut. Displayed below is the only current social network for Away For The Day which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Away For The Day on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Away For The Day is:
40 Owenoke Park
Westport, CT 06880
(203) 226-4310

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Away For The Day has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Away For The Day has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Westport, Connecticut is 37 and in the Travel & Tourism category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore

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LongHouse Reserve Imagine you’re on a mini-vacation as the ferry crosses Long Island Sound. We’ll visit the lovely East Hampton home and garden of fabric designer Jack Lenor Larson, whose 16-acre property is filled with plant collections and 90 outdoor sculptures. Outside, we’ll see bouquets of roses, works by Dale Chihuly, Yoko Ono, and Sol LeWitt, and inside Larson’s home, the designer’s exotic collections. LongHouse is a magical, unforgettable place for every visitor--the gardener, artist, and nature lover. We’ll enjoy a boxed lunch from The Pantry. Sandwiches: a) turkey & cheese b) ham & cheese c) chicken salad d) mozzarella & basil Wednesday, June 21 $155 Depart: G 6:45 D 7:00 W 7:15 F 7:30 Return approx. 7:0`0

Boston Overnight Accommodations: Howard Johnson, Quincy MA This action-filled three-day outing will include a guided tour at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum plus a day’s bus-walking tour with a Boston guide to visit the U.S.S. Constitution Museum, Bunker Hill, the MA State House, Beacon Hill, and Harrison Gray Otis mansion. At the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, we’ll see two special exhibitions: “Matisse: In the Studio” and “Make Way for Ducklings.” One evening, we’ll take a Spirit Dinner Cruise around Boston Harbor and the second, we’ll dine at Artu in the Italian North End. Entrees: a) pollo marsala b) eggplant parmigiana Wed., Thur., & Fri., June 14, 15, & 16 single room approx $681 double room approx $571/person Depart: D 6:30 W 6:45 F 7:00 S 7:15 Return approx. 6:00 on June 16

Four Freedoms Park/Noguchi Museum Our day begins with a guided tour of the remarkable Isamu Noguchi Museum and Garden in Queens. An internationally recognized 20th-century artist inspired by the sleek sculptures of Brancusi, Noguchi used a variety of materials—ceramics, stone, steel, wood—to create works, such as lamps, tables, and sculptures, which seem both traditional and modern at the same time. His lovely Japanese-style garden is an oasis of tranquility in a busy city. After lunch at Tournesol, we’ll tour the striking new Four Freedoms Park, which architect Louis Kahn designed on Roosevelt Island in the East River. This memorial celebrates the freedoms Franklin Delano Roosevelt, our 32nd president, enunciated in his 1941 State of the Union Address—freedom from want, freedom from fear, freedom to worship, freedom of speech or expression. Sandwiches: a) croque monsieur (ham & cheese)/salad b) chicken panini c) portobello panini d) BLT/salad Wednesday, May 31 $137 Depart: S 7:30 F 8:00 W 8:15 D 8:45 G 9:00 Return approx. 5:30

Lexington and Concord, MA Accommodations: Quality Inn, Lexington, MA 781-861-0850 Join us on this two-day adventure to explore the area’s rich Revolutionary and literary history. Here, “the shot heard ‘round the world” was fired in April 1775, and here, authors Emerson, Hawthorne, Thoreau, and Louisa May Alcott lived and wrote. Our outing will include stops at the Revolutionary Battle Road, Alcott's Orchard House, Walden Pond, the Concord Museum w/Emerson’s study, the North Bridge w/Daniel Chester French’s Minute Man Statue, the Gropius or Codman House, and more. We’ll dine at Concord’s quaint, historic Colonial Inn. Consider re-reading “Little Women,” “Walden Pond,” or “The Scarlet Letter” before the trip and expect a quiz. Entrees: a) chicken piccata b) baked haddock DEADLINE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29 Wednesday & Thursday, May 24 & 25 Single room $407 Double room $352/person Depart: D 6:45 W 7:00 F 7:15 S 7:30 Return approx. 6:00 on May 25

Boscobel coming up June 22!