Saturday, June 19, 2010

Campground and Dinner at Costello's

After the Submarine Museum, our Campground was just a few minutes away. We needed to use a detour because flooding back in April had washed out a bridge on 184 in Olde Mystic. Once we got settled into our site, we headed out to Costello's Clam Shack, the partner to Abbott's Lobster house. Both are located in Groton Connecticut, a block from each other, but the clam shack is a little less expensive, and has the better view, located right in the Noack Shipyard. We each enjoyed our meals - but I think mine, the Hot Lobster roll - lobster meat drenched in melted butter and served on a toasted roll - was the absolute best. I'd been looking forward to this authentic New England specialty for quite a while, and it did not disappoint. A few Pictures:

Our Site at Seaport
Costello's Sign in the Noack Shipyard
K waiting for her Fish & Chips
What we could see from Costello's
Keeping A warm in the early Eve's Breeze

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