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The Weather in Norwalk
This is the climate diagram in Norwalk. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is August.
Vacation homes in Norwalk offer peace and quiet in Connecticut
Vacation rentals in Norwalk, Connecticut are frequently empty studio apartments, fully furnished to meet any lifestyle and provide the comfort of a home-away-from-home. Many of Norwalk's homes were built at the turn of the century, so any vacation in this town provides an intimate walk through history. You could also opt for a private home with a full garden or a high-tech modern loft.
Dining out in Norwalk
The community of this cozy Connecticut town is as diverse as its menu options. Any vacationer should head over to Pontos Taverna on Isaac Street. Its Greek dishes are worth the trip alone, but the secluded location make dining here all the more pleasurable.
For a culinary trip across the southern border, Rincon Taqueria is a wonderful lunch spot with highly regarded tacos, burritos, and tamales. A visit to Norwalk is incomplete without trying their seafood cuisine, which can be found in high quality at Sono Seaport Seafood Inc.
Exploring Norwalk's past
Norwalk is full of historical sites, housing many windows into America's past through its museums and architecture. Those renting a vacation home with children should definitely make a stop at the Stepping Stones Museum.
The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum is a perfectly preserved monument from a forgotten time. The Center for Contemporary Printmaking offers a glimpse into how printing was done before electronics. Lastly, the Norwalk Museum has preserved the city's history with several interesting exhibitions.
Regular events for an artistic delight
Being in the shadow of Long Island and just an hour from New York City, Norwalk is home to many comedy shows, independent film screenings, concerts, and book signings from famous authors.
The Pop Up Park in nearby New Canaan holds regular events, such as the New Canaan Food Revolution which highlights healthy living. TennisFest takes place each June in Norwalk, as does the Arts and Culture Empowerment Awards dinner.
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