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This photo reminds me of when my Aunty Marge would send me a Golden Book in the mail in December and I would open it, then rewrap it, hoping I would forget what it was when I would re-open it on Christmas.....it never worked!

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The Art of High Tea | 25 Thompson- Connecticut Event Planner , Connecticut Social Media , Connecticut Marketing, Connecticut Wedding Planner
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Time For Tea: The History & Customs Of High Tea [Infographic]

The Art of High Tea | 25 Thompson- Connecticut Event Planner , Connecticut Social Media , Connecticut Marketing, Connecticut Wedding Planner

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51 Connecticut Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

51 Connecticut Facts You Probably Didn’t Know - Movoto

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The photos below depict a charming looking building in Connecticut dating back to the 1890s, surrounded by a 50-acre property. But the unusual fact about this mansion is that it was currently listed for sale at a striking price tag of $190m, officially making it the most expensive home in the US! According to Business Insider, followCopper Beech Farm has 15,000 square feet of living space, 7,000 square feet of basement and attic space, and an 1,800-foot-long driveway.

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Elizabeth Park Rose Garden, Connecticut. This famous rose garden is in fact the oldest in all of the United States. Upon visiting, you will discover rambling roses covering archways and beds upon beds of an array of colours and sizes. Located in Hartford, Connecticut, on two and half acres, there are approximately 800 varieties and 15,000 rose plants in total.

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My cousin used to live somewhere along the Connecticut River. I remember seeing a conch shell in the water and wanting it badly but it was out of reach - too deep and I didn't have my swim suit with me.