Colonial Hotel

Address: 625 Betty Spring Road, Gardner, Massachusetts, 01440, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 625 Betty Spring Road, Gardner, is near Wachusett Mountain Ski Area and 1761 Old Mill Gift Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Gardner

    Keeping Cool

    A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Jul 19, 2015

    20 photos

    We got an early start this morning, after saying goodbye to the kitties, we were off in Molly by 8:15a. The trunk was packed and Rich indicated there was room to spare. Not a good thing to say to me!

    The weather was very humid and cloudy as we drove along on the backroads. We did come across a bike race and had to be rerouted. We lost about 15 minutes ...

    Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, Grist Mill

    A travel blog entry by tatpak on Nov 19, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... on what they are trying to make, Sampe, which they use for grits (a bit like a porridge but from corn instead of oats) cornmeal or cornflour, and she showed us the sifting of each stage to get these products. On the floor underneath there were some interactive stations the boys could play with, like sifting their own ground corn with different sized sisters, pouring water into a water wheel to make it function as well as a hand grinder that they would have used four hundred ...

    How I became a butterfly...

    A travel blog entry by kdonovan2011 on Mar 12, 2014


    ... I had a regular yoga practice I had still been plagued by bouts of anxiety and periods of depression but now I had noticed my moods begin to stabilize and when the anxious and depressed feelings came up I knew it was a temporary state which made it manageable. Since I was feeling so good I stopped taking my depression and anxiety medicines which I was not very vigilant about taking anyways as I suspected they hadn't been working for years. ** Please note ...

    The Last Hurrah

    A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Mar 14, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... and John for lunch at the Trail's End cafe at Millbrook Tarry after our walk. It was gratifying to see her up and around, and serious about attaining full recovery and readiness for leading her walks in May. Good luck to her!

    It has been a challenge and a joy to substitute for Ginger this winter, and I thank all of you for your support in so many ways, your help with the map on those occasions when gabbing took over for leading, and your good cheer always.

    Close to home

    A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle on Sep 19, 2011

    21 photos

    ... the new Queen Elizabeth Ocean Liner, which happened to come into Boston the day before, that ship is huge!!

    On our final day in Boston Eilidh and I got a haircut (easier in an English speaking country) and then watched some American Football at Mark's, with the New England Patriots playing the Buffalo Bills, after-which we went and caught our very first train of our entire trip so far to head down to Bristol, Rhode Island!