Days Inn New Haven

270 Foxon Boulevard, New Haven, Connecticut, 06513, United States
Days Inn New Haven
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travel time to newark airport

by bill06405

I have to drive by car to the newark airport and arrive by 730pm for an international flight. What time should I leave New Haven?

Re: travel time to newark airport

by dino335

This is a 93 Mile trip and you have to do a Hudson Crossing and will be traveling at rush hour -- so the latest I would leave would be 5:30 PM and 5:00 would be safer. Also, DO NOT take I 95 to GWB! Take the Merrit Parkway to 287 West to Sprain Brook South to Cross County West to Saw Mill/Henry Hudson to GWB.

You are going to have traffic no matter what, you are going at the worst possible time, but the route I recommend avoids delays around Norwalk, Stamford, Bottleneck after Coop City and follows my 1# rule of driving in NYC area -- Never drive on the Cross Bronx Expressway!

Travel Tips for New Haven

Yale Law School

by meteorologist1

Here is a close-up shot of a building that is Yale's Law School. Several U.S. presidents, including Bush and Clinton, have studied here. The law school is located on the main campus. The buildings here look pretty unique.

Take a walk around the Yale...

by Judd

Take a walk around the Yale University campus. While I didn't attend Yale (most New Havener's don't) it does have some incredible architecture. Stop by any of the local coffee shops, chances are you find students in there studying, reading or talking with friends.
October is a great time to come to see the fall foliage. The leaves change colors from green to bright red, orange and yellow. People come from all over the US to visit New England in the fall, and once you see the scenery in person, you will know why. Picking apples at any of the nearby orchards is popular with the locals.
Taking a drive along Route 1 through the shore line towns of Branford, Guilford, Madison and Clinton is very nice during the summer. Although a bit crowded with the beach traffic, there are some excellent seaford restaurants along the way.
With all due respect to Chicago and New York, I think New Haven has the best pizza in the US. It seems there is a pizzeria on every corner, check out the restautant section for some of my favorites. The local places are usually the best, so don't be afraid to try one that I haven't been to as well!

Georgian architecture style

by SLLiew

Inside Davenport college, there in a larger outer courtyard, you will the typical Georgian style of red bricks with windows of white frames and green shutters. There is also graceful winding staircase with black iron banister.

The inside courtyard is also Georgian in architecture style. This is give the college environment a traditional air of scholastic environment like that of Cambridge and Oxford.

Gothic architecture style

by SLLiew

Ihe facade of the front of Davenport College main entrance at York Street is built of Gothic Revival Style. There is a church like steeple with stone masonry to depict that era.

Gothic Revival style is used to complement the same architecture style of Saybrook College, Branford College and Jonathan Edwards College which are opposite of Davenport College on the same York Street.

Interestingly the inside of Davenport College is all Georgian Style.

Just be prepared for one thing...

by Judd

Just be prepared for one thing in New Haven - pizza. It seems that there is a pizzeria on every corner. It's probably from the large number of people who came to the area from Italy (there seems to be a large number of people from Naples - myself included!), but we are truly blessed to have such great numbers of excellent, tasty and very inexpensive pizza around.
For some reason, the major chains (Dominos, Pizza Hut, etc) have managed to open up branches here, I can't understand why, they are just as expensive as the locals, and not nearly as good.
I've listed only a few establishments that serve up our hometown obsession, but just about any local place will be good, and they will almost always offer full dinners as well, with bread, salad and a glass of wine, they are hard to beat for both value and quality.


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Address: 270 Foxon Boulevard, New Haven, Connecticut, 06513, United States