Days Inn Greenfield
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Greenfield
Pleasantly surprised by the size of the room - very big with King size bed. Room had fridge with small freezer and microwave. Obviously an older hotel - hallway to our room is very narrow. There are fire doors into the corridors and at the bottom of the steps. Carpet on steps is a little torn and threadbare in places but room seems okay. As is typical of many hotel rooms, the overhead lighting is poor. They rely on wall and standard lamps which work for sitting at the desk or lying in bed but useless in the general part of the room where suitcase is.
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... the state when we get to the south of Vermont.
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... filled from floor to ceiling with circus memorabilia and Dan had given us an old Ringling poster reprint last year.
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... in class at a competition in California. They also have a very large selection of cheeses from the area and serve several with the wine tasting.
The drive over and back was nice, but we have realized that in this part of the US, a 20 mile drive takes 45 minutes to an hour due to the terrain and the numerous small villages you have to go through, but that adds to the drive.
Tomorrow we head north for St. Johnsbury, VT. ...