Publick House Historic Inn
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In 1771, a hotel by the name of "the Publick House" was built, right in the beginning stages of the Revolution. A famous french General named La Fayette (who served under George Washington) came stayed there once, and enjoyed it so much, that he brought his son there to show him the hotel. We spent the night there, and had a wonderful breakfast of …
Just got back from fireworks with my son and brother. Good show. Earlier in the day we grilled out at my friend Chris' house. He has a pond in the back and I caught two good sized bluegills on poppers. I need to tie some smaller ones for the return ...
We only had one show today at 2pm since it's a holiday and I guess the assumption is that families have plans later on in the day. No fireworks scheduled (someone said they're illegal in MA so I don't know if that's across the board or only for individuals) so the circus is buying us pizza and beer/soda for everyone to enjoy after the show.
More rain last night flooded the lot a bit more but thankfully the river next ...
We didn't have a sponsor in Spencer and we were scheduled here for two days, which made us all a bit nervous, but we set up shop next to their fairgrounds where a carnival had their rides set up. Most people get a circus and a carnival mixed up or think they're one and the same and that was proven by the two days we were here. Many families came up to the ticket office and to the front gate asking us when our ...
... and would not allow Mommy to feed her. Showing her independent streak. I love it. The juice from the berries ran down her chin, shirt and all over her hands. She thought it a great idea to give her Mommy a hug on her back. Guess who ended up with strawberry juice all over her shirt!
We are going to make strawberry rhubarb jam!
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed