Stockbridge Country Inn
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On this trip, we are traveling through so many states, that I did not bring our state folder of maps for every one, but fortunately, I had the folder for Massachusetts and found inside a campground guide for the Berkshires, which is where we were. Our son, Lee, went to school here for a while, so we had visited him and had a lot of literature. We were able to find an ...
... in my Thanksgiving day to listen to it all the way through. Its now called Theresa's. We took the short walk down Main St. and found the sign directing us around back. It was...of course, closed.
Next we arrived a few miles outside of town at the Berkshire Botanical Gardens. It was pretty quiet there, we had the place mostly to ourselves. Karen was very busy checking it all out and snapping pictures of all the plants and toads and fish in the ponds. It was ...
... River to tour from the water.
Our driver/guide introduced himself as "Paul Revere...well actually", he said "I'm Paul from Revere". He continued to educate us and entertain us for the next 90 minutes or so. Definitely a worthwhile thing to do if you are in the city. He even let anyone who wanted drive the duck while we were in the water.
After our tour we got into the car and headed to the very beginning (or end) of US Route 20. It begins as Beacon St. ...
... a good look, because the sun was setting and I still had a bit of a drive to do before I reached my motel. So finally, finally, hungry and exhausted I arrived at the Catskill Motor Lodge, one of those side of the road motels from the 50's, only this one is very well maintained and incredibly clean and comfortable. So I left at 10am, and arrived at 7pm. A VERY LONG day. And I no sooner checked in then turned around to head out for dinner. I am kind of in the middle ...
... that I saw the most people on the bike path ever when I was on the Niskayuna section - but the Albany Corning park had a lot of people too - some on bikes - some walking - some picnicking. I passed the Albany Boat House and the boat-restaurant on the waterfront and arrived at the Corning Preserve - took a few photos around the outdoor concert venue. I had already noticed my fatigue on the Hudson path where I geared down for the wind and thought, well, I will just ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking