Wachusett Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... been left to guard the bridge leading into town. When the gathered colonial troops saw smoke arising from the direction of Concord they assumed that their houses were being put to the torch and decided to head into town to try to save them. A confrontation occurred at the bridge and a shot was fired, no one knows by which side. Unlike in Lexington the colonials fired back. Two British troops were killed, along with ...
... some of our small six-person group. The whole tour took just about an hour, through which you see almost the entire house (except the basement and an old servant's room that the museum uses as an office).
I loved, loved, loved the house. When the tour guide said that Mr. Gropius lived here but taught at Harvard University, I realized he had lived exactly as I'd like to: in an incredible modern home, in the beautiful country, ...
... the affirmative, and she then affirmed that my ticket was such that didn't require a fee to change the date, and so she printed me new tickets straight through to Boston. I was delighted and told her she was my favorite person in the world (she was, at the time). She smiled, and wished me a happy and safe trip. I left the office completely elated. I was finally going home! This is so unreal!
The men at the check-in counter checked my bags, and I entered through security ...