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NY Times Travel Piece on Southeastern Connecticut

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This article is from the NYT travel section and is basically letting pleople know that the times are changing in Southeastern CT, now home a good deal of the major development in our State and region.

NYT Article: Beyond the Slots

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Umm.... I find the caption to that picture at the top of the page to reek on non-credibility. The Norwich Inn has been around (and for the most part in its current form albeit it did suffer a decline and a resurgance) for a lot longer than I've been around (22 yrs) yet they say "At the Spa at Norwich Inn, one of a number of spas and upscale inns reflecting the changing face of eastern Connecticut.". I didn't even read the first paragraph yet... but geez

edit: is this what every article is like? "Preston, about 30 minutes from the two casinos"... what the hell? How about 30 seconds from each of them you idiots.

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It's no surprize that Southeastern CT is developing fast. The casinos have played a major role in that.

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I think the next challenge that part of the State faces is developing a sound transportation network that links the region's major attractions with New London, Norwich, and -- most importantly -- Bradley Airport.

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