Plum Tree Inn Williamstown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... when the weather turned inclement.
I really liked the city, it felt like a miniature NYC. There are bars and restaurants on every corner and row houses line the streets as far as the eye can see.
I was tempted to "do" a Rocky Balboa on the steps of the Museum of Art and re-enact the movie scene but thankfully my efforts were rained out.
No photo's taken today!
... interesting documentary of the history of Independence from the English.
After a nice wrap,and ghastly coffee, we decided to go on a fun tour on what is called "Ride the ducks".
The guide called herself Mother Duck and the driver Father Duck.
She was both comedienne and information guide, as we made our way round in what looks like a modified army vehicle ...
... wasn’t a stair case on the inside of the house. Dehning also said that if the family didn’t have a plaque on the outside of their house indicating they had paid the local fire house, than the fireman WOULD NOT stop and put the fire out! Crazy! The plot where Benjamin Franklin’s house used to sit is now replaced with a giant metal frame of a house which represents where it used to sit. Even though it sat on one of the busiest and loudest streets in ...
... steps (remember when he was training for his first fight and ran around Philadelphia city - I also went through the Italian market too). There is also the familiar pose of him with raised arms in the form of a bronze sculpture. The last two days have made me realise that I cannot be a tourist - what I mean be that is I am travelling for possibly a long time and the high pace energy one needs to see everything in one place is ...
Almost broke down when going through security after saying goodbye to my last family member. There was no room in the overhead bin on the plane, but since i'm amazing, I was able to get both my backpack and my purse under the seat in front of me. How's that for light packing? Now i'm ...