Author Archive: Sarah W. Caron

Sarah W. Caron is a freelance writer, editor and recipe developer. She lives in Connecticut with her two kids, husband and two beagles. And she loves the beach, writing and good books ...

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Connecticut Lobster Roll: Lake Zoar Drive-In

| April 22, 2014 | 0 Comments
Connecticut Lobster Roll: Lake Zoar Drive-In

Connecticut lobster rolls are warm, buttery sandwiches usually served on New England-style hot dog buns. Where can you find the best lobster roll in Connecticut? Follow along as I head around the state to find the most drool-worthy Connecticut lobster roll. When I was a little girl, I would cross my fingers whenever we neared […]

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Book Review: The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments
Book Review: The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger

When I started reading The Divorce Papers: A Novel by Sophie Rieger, I wasn’t sure about it. It’s different. Sophie Diehl is a 29-year-old criminal law associate at a law firm who gets roped into handling a divorce for an important client. The client, who is aware that she has no divorce law experience, wants […]

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Inside the Omni Parker House Boston

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Inside the Omni Parker House Boston

Planning a Boston trip? Take a peak inside a historic Boston hotel that’s located right along the Freedom Trail. When I pulled up to the Omni Parker House Boston’s School Street entrance, a valet rushed around to open my door and sweep the car away. It was like a scene in a movie — and […]

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Boston Restaurants: Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont Battery Wharf

| April 11, 2014 | 0 Comments
Boston Restaurants: Afternoon Tea at the Fairmont Battery Wharf

Wondering which Boston restaurants to try on an upcoming Boston trip? The swank Fairmont Battery Wharf offers a relaxing afternoon tea worth checking out. The swank Fairmont Battery Wharf is located on Boston’s waterfront. It’s near the North End, and a short walk from Faneuil Hall. This boutique Boston hotel is an amenity-filled place with […]

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What to Do with Kids: Visit Vanderbilt Mansion, Mills Mansion and Roosevelt Mansion

| April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments
What to Do with Kids: Visit Vanderbilt Mansion, Mills Mansion and Roosevelt Mansion

As a little girl growing up in Dutchess County, New York, our home was located a short drive from the Hyde Park mansions that give a glimpse into the gilded age. Vanderbilt Mansion, Mills Mansion and Roosevelt Mansion were all spots to visit, picnic, draw and enjoy. And now, more than 20 years later, they […]

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Boston Restaurants: Abby Lane Food and Spirits

| April 7, 2014 | 0 Comments
Boston Restaurants: Abby Lane Food and Spirits

Looking for Boston restaurants in the theater district? Abby Lane Food & Spirits is a cozy spot perfect for brunch or a pre-theater meal. Situated in Boston’s Theater District, Abby Lane Food & Spirits is a cozy restaurant where executive chef Jason Santos, an alum of Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen TV show, creates an eclectic […]

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Boston Restaurants: Union Oyster House

| March 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
Boston Restaurants: Union Oyster House

Boston’s Freedom Trail offers so much to see and do. Looking for nearby Boston restaurants? The historic Union Oyster House is steps off the trail and so tasty too. Before I headed to Boston recently on a trip for work designed to learn about the historic city — and the delicious food it has to […]

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A Pirate-Lover’s Guide to Connecticut

| March 27, 2014 | 3 Comments
A Pirate-Lover’s Guide to Connecticut

Psst! I’m going to let you in on a little secret: In Connecticut, we love pirates. And it’s no wonder. With a history that’s ripe with pirate lore (it’s a known fact that the notorious Captain William Kidd once walked the streets of Milford) and rumors of buried treasure (but where did Kidd bury it?!?), […]

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Free Printable: Blog Post Planner

| March 9, 2014 | 1 Comment
Free Printable: Blog Post Planner

As a writer, I rely on organization to ensure that every bit of research and planning I do advances whatever I am working on. That means remembering a small notebook whenever I am researching new destinations, snapping photos with my iPhone or my DSLR camera and keeping detailed lists of the things that need to […]

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Inside The Beekman Arms, America’s Oldest Inn

| March 4, 2014 | 1 Comment
Inside The Beekman Arms, America’s Oldest Inn

Nestled in the quiet village of Rhinebeck, New York, is America’s oldest inn — a place that’s played host to countless notable and important people since opening its doors in 1766. The Beekman Arms isn’t your typical place to stay — but that’s what makes it so special. As a girl growing up in Dutchess […]

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