Ladd Brook Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the magical kinship of J & P, instantly transported into a sanctuary of warmth and love. Phineas, peacefully radiating his sage-like wisdom and Jo nurturing us in her well seasoned, Richmond style hospitality. Maura and I wrapped up in a piney woods plaid blanket, comfy on Jo's handy-worked slip-covered couch. Comfortable conversation flowed as we sipped hot tea ...
... 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 ...
... entertaining moment: Some guy hits the seat recliner button (without his back resting on the train). The recliner zips LOUDLY up and hits him in the back. Everyone in our car looks at him to make sure he's okay (because it sounded like he had fallen or something). That might have been the most entertaining moment (nothing really awesome happened) but then again, George did walk in on some guy in the bathroom who didn't know how to lock the door. Grandpa got a kick out of ...
Lenox may well be the poshest town in the very posh summer resort belt in the Berkshires, the cultural capital of the Massachusetts Mountains of Culture as summer home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the "Boston Pops", at Tanglewood. Although I stayed in Lenox for the week, my digs were not so posh. I found a site at a campground in October Mountain State Forest between Lee and Lenox for five nights and used it as my base to explore towns in the Berkshires and as far as Bennington in ...
... Mountains of Culture. Pittsfield also has a decent museum in the Pittsfield Museum, one which covers both art and natural history. Its rather small art collection is heavy on works by the Hudson River School of landscape painters.
For me Pittsfield’s main attraction was Hancock Shaker Village, actually located in next door Hancock, one of biggest and best preserved of America’s historic Shaker ...