Holiday Inn Fitchburg - Waterpark
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We continued our journey East along the I90 interstate, a very busy freeway and toll road, there was a service centre every 50 mile and one on each side of the freeway huge trucks tops that provide fuel and food and rest areas. These rest areas are really well set up and very clean. We are heading into the state of New York and it's Fall the leaves are turning and the country side looks great. We are heading for ...
... on to Concord to confiscate a stash of arms that they believed the rebels had hidden here. The British plan required secrecy....which didn't happen. Paul Revere and William Dawes left Boston and were able to warn Adams and Hancock. Paul Revere was captured shortly after wards but Dawes and other riders continued on to Concord to warn the citizens of the impending British arrival. The arms were removed ...
... to a paying city job.
It's not to difficult to imagine that Gropius House was frowned upon as an architectural style in the late 30's, but the tour guide said the family really admired New England historic architecture, and "this was their take on the Colonial style". In building the house, Gropius and his wife used several traditional materials in new ways - a prime example is the use of slatboards stretching vertically ...
Lil Gator and I visited my older sister Chelsea at Fitchburg State University (FSU). Chelsea is studying to become a teacher. The weekend was for FSU Family Weekend where family visits and gets to attend different activities. While we were there we took a tour of the university. Gator and I tried ice skating with the movie Cars 2 being played. Gator and I fell a few times, but we didn't get hurt. ...
... as the name implies, it's very green with the trees, rolling hills and fields. The small towns that we've driven through are typical to New England: large Victorian and Colonial styles of farmhouses all dotted along the roads and then clustered around the town squares. ...