Journey's End Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on goodies. Our Heath visit was a smooth current of dialog interspersed with scrumptious Jo cooked, gourmet meals and perambulations traversing the rolling countryside. At times, it feels like we are snuggled in the comfy essence of an L.L. Bean catalog scene.
All too soon, it is time to leave the comforts of Heath and return to the Cape. Tearing up as we say our ...
... interstate. As we headed West on The Mohawk Trail, we stopped to gawk at the view from the historic hairpin turn next to the Golden Eagle Restaurant in Clarksburg. We were bound for North Adams to spend one night before descending on J & P's cabin in Heath. To Maura's delight, The Porches Inn had a double standard room with a claw foot tub available. I was stoked after I saw their opulent 24 hour fitness center and read the ...
... I myself lived in New York City until I was 6 and then grew up in a mostly immigrant area in a near-in suburb named Yonkers, very removed from the world depicted by Normal Rockwell. My father’s side of my family, though, were Protestants of Yankee type who lived in small towns in New York’s Hudson Valley not all that far from Rockwell’s studio in the Berkshire. It is their houses, their lifestyle, their beliefs and values, that I remember ...
... and studio in the town which is now also the location of the main museum of his works.
Stockbridge has a few other non-Norman Rockwell attractions too. Chesterwood, on a hill southwest of town, was the home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French and is now a national historic site. The estate, museum, and sculpture garden can be visited. ...
Lenox is a lovely little town with gourmet restaurants, nice inns, and quaint buildings. This is a place where people with Ph.D's in the arts and sciences and humanities “summer” amongst other people with similarly high IQs. It doesn’t get farther culturally from “Da Joizee Shore” than this. Meanwhile, some mansions from the gilded age contribute to the aura of affluence, but Lenox is less about wealth than cultural and intellectual ...