Wachusett Village Inn

Address: 9 Village Inn Road, Westminster, Massachusetts, 01473, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9 Village Inn Road, Westminster, is near Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, Fitchburg Art Museum, and 1761 Old Mill Gift Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Westminster

    Boston, Home of the Reds, Bruins, and Patriots!

    A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 15, 2013

    4 comments, 8 photos

    ... long haul. The battle demonstrated that relatively inexperienced colonial forces were willing and able to stand up to regular troops in a pitched battle


    We took a tour of Boston from our campground and had a good time. Drove past the North Church where Paul Revere saw the lanterns shining from the steeple, Harvard Universtiy, M.I.T., Old Ironsides (USS ...

    Journeys for Ginger 2

    A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Feb 07, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... Within a few minutes, we had crested the hill and stood atop the underground Concord Reservoir, now pressurized to supply Concord with plenty of water. Because of the good weather, we could see Wachusett Mt beyond Walden Pond to the west and Mt Monadnock to the northwest. What a kick!

    The Pine Hill area might better be called Oak Hill, as it is right now a mixture of ...

    The shot heard round the world!

    A travel blog entry by thesairs on Aug 20, 2012

    10 photos

    ... troops. The British, outnumbered four to one, retreated to the middle of town. With all the British troops back together the retreat to Boston began.

    From this point on, the British ranks had to run a gauntlet of colonial fire. Already there seemed to be a musket behind every tree, and fresh militiamen were pouring in from surrounding towns. Exhausted and near panic, the British troops staggered ...

    Gropius House: Twisted New England

    A travel blog entry by travel4eternity on Jan 08, 2012

    21 photos

    ... walls. Other details I particularly liked: the huge number of windows, the cork flooring, the salt and pepper shakers, the bare lightbulbs with their bottom halves dipped in chrome (it forces the light to spread out naturally), the unique "open but closable" layout, the one-of-a-kind artwork from famous artists, the student-designed furniture from Bauhaus, and furniture designed by famous family friends. We were told that the ...

    Movin' on

    A travel blog entry by shoyt on Sep 20, 2009

    1 comment

    ... my bags and feeling much like an ant carrying 100 times my weight, another man kindly offered to grab my bags. Whatever - I had a couple of cedis in my pocket and knew I would make it faster up the hill if I had some hired help. Plus, it was already 9 and the flight to Frankfurt was leaving in just a couple of hours. I was not ready to give up on the possibility of going home 24 hours earlier. The man who offered to carry my large pack didn't make it very far and solicited his ...