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... throughout the shin country of Italy's boot.
Get it? Shin country? Look at a map of Italy. It is shaped like Nancy Sinatra's or Tina Turner's boot. Now, imagine giving the peninsula (not the women) a swift kick in the shin. That part of the boot where you would plant your foot is essentially ...
... storage area under the sink. Looks like we have a stowaway! Quick trip to the hardware store and we have a bunch of mouse traps. Question is where is the critter and how is he getting in? By accident Omar overflowed the water tank and during the cleanup he found where the mouse was getting in. A strategically placed trap and a couple hours latter - one less mouse to worry about. Suzanne saw an article online about crawling under the camper at ...
- Badlands & Mt. Rushmore
- Grand Tetons
- Salt Lake City
- Sequoia National
- The Grand Canyon
We're going to be flexible with our itinerary - if we want to stay somewhere longer we will. If we are done sooner, we'll move on. No reservations! (Sounds like a good name for a TV show :-))
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... for those we will be visiting. Within 15 miles Mattias, asked "how far is it to Niagara Falls?" So we are now playing 'James and the Giant Peach' on tape to keep him (and us) amused. Uggh! Just got on the turnpike - there is a big backup apparently there was an accident. Well, I am sure this will be our last run it with traffic for the trip so good to get it out of he way now. That's it for now. We will send out another posting when we arrive at Niagara Falls. Lacroix ...
... to the person there, and told her we were told they could handle our 42 ft MH, she said not to worry about it and she would tell the ranger to leave us alone.
We set up and looked back. The other half of our site had a broken water hookup, so could not be used anyway.
Happy to leave the next ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sturbridge Country Inn
I am sitting at my computer Laughing out Loud at the recent input from the, so called "Innkeepers." This Inn gives Sturbridge Ma a bad name. The Inn's owners are the most unprofessional and dishonest human beings I have ever come across.
Loved our visit
My husband and I stayed here this past weekend and had a great time-the staff was friendly, the room adorable, the jacuzzi worked fine, clean-with plenty of hot water, the fireplace worked fine and the room was clean and quiet. I wonder where these other people stayed to make this place sound so dismal!! We will certainly go back as the price was right,the inn romantic-and the restaurant downstairs (Perennials) was indeed first class!!
Wonderful stay at the Sturbridge Country Inn!
We have stayed at numerous inns and found this one to be exceptional.
The staff was very friendly and made us feel welcome. Our room was spacious, comfortable and well decorated. The fireplace, whirlpool and champagne were wonderful and very romantic - just what we were looking for! Our stay was very relaxing --- everything we had hoped for. We will definitely return
I kept reading these reviews and thought it can't be as bad as it sounds. I advise people to read these and listen to what people say. I stayed there at the end of January, for two days. I was happy with they way it looked on the outside and the inside wasn't that bad. I feel as if the rates were to high for what I recieved. The fire place took some time to light, there were smelly pillows on the bed, mouse traps on the floor, and the breakfast could have used some work. The hot tub was the best part of the room. I would have rather stayed in a hotel with room service, or just some where else.
I found the place dirty, and the manager was rude.
My family and I stayed at this Inn 2 years ago. We were in Mass. for my nephew's wedding. When we checked in I found the place to be dirty. Our blanket had stains on it and the rugs were also stained. Don't even take a bath in the Jacuzzi, because when I did all this brown scum started to shoot out of the jets. Our mattress was so bad on our bed that my husband used the rollaway bed so that he could sleep. The manager got very mad at us and charged us an extra fee for the use of that cot. We tried to dispute that charge but we were unable to do so.
I've stayed at the Country Inn several times and found each time to be wonderful. The rooms are beautiful and the setting is romantic. It is one place I will keep coming back to.
First the good news. The attached restaurant was excellent, both the food and the waitstaff but that was about all I could say good about this place. I just returned today (12/30/03) from a two day stay at the Sturbridge Country Inn. The first problem I encountered was the rates.
"Cold" jacuzzi tubs
With the exception of the "Cold Water" jacuzzi tub, which the management told us was due to the long distance water pipes, this is a nice Inn. Lodging, and food was very good. However, the lack of hot water for the jacuzzi tub, left us disappointed.