Hampton Inn & Suites Berkshires
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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- Free parking
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After a splendid breakfast, we lounged around and soaked up the ambiance of our "retro-edgy" Porches' room before setting off for Heath. We were due after lunchtime at Jo and Phineas's little cabin in the woods. Maura and I were giddy with excitement as we drove closer to their idyllic mountain retreat, "The Clearing." We had not seen MTC's aunt ...
... dilapidated but sturdily built, beautifully detailed Victorian row houses that dominate the view from Building Five, MASS MoCA’s vast splendid exhibition space. Porches, you see, was inspired by MASS MoCA (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) the visionary array of galleries and performance spaces taking root in a sprawling 19th-century mill complex. Phase I of MASS MoCA, 300,000 square feet of award-winning ...
... 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 ...
... York’s governors, including those who became U.S presidents – the two Roosevelts. Elliott Spitzer who resigned in disgrace in 2008 and his successors, though, are not yet so honored. The building seems perfectly representative of the state in the late 19th century gilded age. I toured it first on my own and then joined a guided tour when I encountered one to go around again.
Albany is a historic old city with big churches and ...
... br> I made a short jaunt across the Hudson to Catskill and the home of fellow Hudson River school painter Thomas Cole whose home preserved as a National Historic Site. Maybe it’s because Cole is now better known than Church that his house is a unit in the National Park System while Church’s house is only a state historic site.
Back on the east bank of the river I stopped in Hudson. I knew little about Hudson and pictured a rather down and out working-class river town, ...