Cozy Corner Motel

Address: 284 Sand Springs Rd., Williamstown, Massachusetts Berkshires, Massachusetts, 01247, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 284 Sand Springs Rd., Williamstown, is near Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williams College Museum of Art, Williams College, and Images Cinema.
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    Travel Blogs from Williamstown

    Beauty and Boxers in Upstate New York

    A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 21, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... in addition to the ones everyone knows, like Mohammed Ali. Next door to the Hall of fame was a building that housed their gift shop and the original boxing ring from Madison Square Garden in New York City. That ring was used from 1925 to 2007 for some of the most famous boxing matches in history.

    After our visit to the Hall of Fame, we stopped for lunch at a "world famous" restaurant owned by ...

    Day 49:Little falls to Latham

    A travel blog entry by fimonster on Jul 18, 2015

    1 comment

    ... flavour, put it in a very clever machine and it whooshes and brrrs and mixes a yummy milkshake.
    Lovely cycling along bike paths next to the locks
    Big group of cyclists doing the Erie canal from Buffulo to Auburn
    Sun came out, still very humid
    Stopped at Jumoin Jacks for a fish dinner which was essentially fish and chips and onion rings. All the main ...

    Next, Class V Rapids?

    A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jul 16, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... consisted of a lead guide, the paying group, and a following guide to make sure no one gets left behind. Alex and I, for the most part, stayed to the back, letting everyone else go ahead to stay out of our way. We had river stunts to pull and couldn't be bothered with amateurs getting in our way. With go pro in hand, I watch as Alex zips back and forth across the river, his kayak agility astounding, pulling 360's, paddling backwards, ...

    Down the Mountain through the woods...

    A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jul 15, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... on an area no larger than 5-10 square feet. The rock ended up in this position when the glaciers that once covered this area melted and left this for us to see. It was unfortunate that this cool natural feature has been vandalized by ignorant people spray painting various things on the rock face.
    All the same, it was a neat thing to see. Tomorrow, we are off to learn to kayak rapids in the Deerfield ...

    Days 8, 9, 10 at the Berkshires

    A travel blog entry by steve.stever on Jul 12, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... the railing, looking like she was going to jump. It was at this point that I had two choices. Quietly watch the disaster unfold, but have a much better story to tell, or interrupt and see if my assistance was needed. The suspense of why she was doing this caused me to go with the second choice. Apparently she and her friend locked themselves on the balcony and she was planning to jump from the 2nd floor to the ground below. ...