Howard Johnson Express Inn - Lenox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... the included, breakfast buffet offerings. Maura soaked in a lilac infused bath, while I ventured next door to work out in my "private gym."
The Porches' Story is from their website: www.porches.com: The spectacularly located and formerly overlooked city of North Adams is being revitalized through ART—cutting edge, contemporary art, no less! And it has called to a few of us in a big way. Our hook was the block ...
... River to tour from the water.
Our driver/guide introduced himself as "Paul Revere...well actually", he said "I'm Paul from Revere". He continued to educate us and entertain us for the next 90 minutes or so. Definitely a worthwhile thing to do if you are in the city. He even let anyone who wanted drive the duck while we were in the water.
After our tour we got into the car and headed to the very beginning (or end) of US Route 20. It begins as Beacon St. ...
... of which Rockwell’s illustration so remind me.
I became aware of Norman Rockwell in 1989 on a fall leaf-peeping trip to Vermont with my parents when we stopped at a Norman Rockwell museum outside Rutland. I was a very small museum of his illustrations and not the official one, but I was quite fascinated by it. Only in recent years did I become aware there is a much larger museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts on the grounds of Rockwell’s ...
... capitols that have a plan of two wings and are modeled more of less on U.S. Capitol in Washington. The New York State Capitol is multi-storied and built in a figure eight with big interior courtyards. Many of its dark interiors are rather gloomy looking, typical of the Gilded Era interiors, with lots of reddish sandstone, big chandeliers, wood paneling, and ornate staircases in the neo-Gothic style. The Capitol’s Hall of Governors has all their portraits ...