Thursday, February 14, 2008

Mystic Connecticut


Walked across the mystic draw bridge. The shops are very quint and alot of fun to buy things.


The view is from the Mystic draw bridge.

Walked all over the town of Mystic. Was so surprised to hear a couple talking at the park, saying "You know those New Commers" I guess you are a new comer if you are not 3rd generation. If was so strange to hear them use these words, as I only heard those words in the movies.

The next morning we drove to West Haven Connecticut. The drive was so beautiful.

Mystic Connecticut





Checked in to the Whalers Inn. I love this town and Inn. Very peaceful and the place is so quint. A great place to relax.




Walked over to the infamous Mystic Pizza.
Mystic Pizza® (the restaurant) caught the eye of Los Angeles based screenwriter Amy Jones, who was summering in the area. Ms. Jones chose Mystic Pizza® as the focus and setting for her story of the lives and loves of three young waitresses. "Mystic Pizza" was filmed on location in Mystic and neighboring towns. A set was built for the indoor scenes, as the actual Mystic Pizza® restaurant was too small and could not close for months of filming. The movie was released in 1988.


56 West Main Street, Mystic, Connecticut.