The problem I have lately when I go away is that I’m never ready to come back. I get so thrown for a loop that it takes me a few days to feel back to normal and ready again for regular routine. This is what happened to me when I went to Chicago in March too.
Anyway. No one wants to hear me complain.
So hi! How are you? Is it a long weekend were you live too? The long holiday weekend is probably what’s saving me right now as I don’t have to work again until Wednesday!
I didn’t take a ton of pictures while away but I captured some of the important moments (like the food) to share with you today.
I was at Foxwoods (in Connecticut) for 3 days/2 nights. We decided to take a more relaxed, scenic route to get to Foxwoods by driving out east on Long Island through wine country and then taking the Cross Sound ferry to Connecticut.
We stopped for a quick bite to eat at the Premier Diner on the way out east. I couldn’t decide between my beloved baked oatmeal and the blueberry walnut whole pancakes but ultimately chose the pancakes.
A genius decision.
The blueberry walnut whole wheat pancakes helped me to enjoy wine tasting without passing out.
Stopping at the diner and then driving through wine country made the trip out east in order to get to the ferry feel super fast. I couldn’t even tell you how far it was from my house to Orient Point because the ride to the wineries felt so quick! Over an hour I guess? More than that? I don’t know.
So the Cross Sound ferry allows you to bring your car so you just drive your car on board and then hang out for an hour or so until you reach Connecticut.
New York side.
Connecticut side. It was then like a 20 minute drive from the ferry to Foxwoods.
Foxwoods food highlights:
You know me, breakfast at hotels usually ends up to be oatmeal with fruit. They gave me brown sugar but I never understood the need for it since adding fruit makes the oatmeal naturally sweet enough!
I missed pictures from dinner at David Burke’s Prime (where I had the best molten chocolate cake of my life) but we also ate at Guy Fieri’s restaurant.
These are the Trash Can Nachos. They serve the nachos piled tight in a can and then remove the can from the nachos for you to eat it.
I ordered this sweet potato and brussels sprouts salad thing. It was SO GOOD.
Of course I had to go to Sugar Factory. Who remembers when I first went to Sugar Factory, I think it was New Year’s 2014? Hold on, let me check. Yep, here’s that post.
With so many dessert options to choose from, I just couldn’t decide what to order so we went with the chocolate cake AND a chipwich.
I loved both desserts, I can’t even pick a favorite. The chocolate cake was terrific and the chipwich was made with fresh chocolate chip cookies.
My son leaves for his first week of camp today! He’s doing a teen tour this summer where he travels to really fun places (including Canada!) Monday through Friday and is then home on weekends. I am really excited for him. I did a teen tour like this when I was his age! 🙂recapping my quick trip to Foxwoods! #roadtrip #foxwoods #summer #wineries #northfork… Click To Tweet
Linking up with Meg’s Week in Review!
Best thing you ate so far this holiday weekend?
Ever been to a Sugar Factory location? Which one and what did you order?
Are you good about coming back from vacation or do you need time to adjust to regular routine again?