Wachusett Village Inn
Travel Blogs from Westminster
... to the Old Rail Trail, and finally turned west and uphill through the woods to return to the cars. The balmy temperatures and soft snow allowed us to look experienced, anyway; our pace was steady and we made good time.
We were early enough as we reached the cars, but, alas, two hours and 2.9 miles after starting out ...
... cheery, moving here then there and nosing at everything. When he sat with his pointed ears perked up, watching someone walking farther down the field, I thought he looked just like my cat.
We found a parking spot in Gropius House's tiny lot and met up with the tour guide. She was very knowledgable and I thought very young, and managed to field most of the detailed and complicated (and often, I thought, extraneous) questions ...
I got up at 11:00. I had a only grabbed a muffin before we heard it was time to get my car to Medlyn Motors for a checkup. Grandma and I left around noon and I followed her to the place my grandpa always took his car. My dad called ahead talked to Ed. He and I tested the start up and then we left it with him. Grandma and I went on to Market Basket to do the shopping for dinner. We were very thorough and filled ...
... not have to wait in a frustrated mob of travelers and, instead, was able to simply go around them no questions asked. It was an amazing feeling, let me tell you, and one that does not come around often: the feeling of a smooth ride.
I paid the man who pushed my bag and thanked him profusely. He directed me back up to the check-in counter and wished me safe travels. I wished both him and the handicapped American a very pleasant evening, and I meant it.
... the event. The bridge itself is not the original but the setting is very picturesque and peaceful and I think fall must be the best time to see it, with the line of trees in the background all flame-coloured. Then, right next to the bridge is the Old Manse where Emerson was born and where Nathanial Hawthorne lived for a time. My favourite part has to be the etchings on the window that Nathanial and his wife did ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services