Days Inn Lenox
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... on goodies. Our Heath visit was a smooth current of dialog interspersed with scrumptious Jo cooked, gourmet meals and perambulations traversing the rolling countryside. At times, it feels like we are snuggled in the comfy essence of an L.L. Bean catalog scene.
All too soon, it is time to leave the comforts of Heath and return to the Cape. Tearing up as we say our ...
... the included, breakfast buffet offerings. Maura soaked in a lilac infused bath, while I ventured next door to work out in my "private gym."
The Porches' Story is from their website: www.porches.com: The spectacularly located and formerly overlooked city of North Adams is being revitalized through ART—cutting edge, contemporary art, no less! And it has called to a few of us in a big way. Our hook was the block ...
... br> This show, The Bridges of Madison County is based off of the movie of the same name, and opened on the same night we went and saw Once. So it has been open for 5 days. I saw it with the Original Broadway Cast, which is awesome!
I really liked this show. I am not sure how it will do at the Tonys. I am really happy that this was my last broadway show that I saw on this trip.
Jenny and I then headed back to the Hostel as we were staying in the same hostel. ...
... in Berkshires. I put it on "my list" to see sometime.
The museum is rather small but displays most of his most famous works which he did as cover illustrator for Saturday Evening Post magazine. There is also a gallery of all the many hundreds of cover illustrations he created over the years. The grounds include his studio, the last of many he had through his life, and a sculpture garden that includes some works by his son Peter Rockwell, a professional ...
... capitols that have a plan of two wings and are modeled more of less on U.S. Capitol in Washington. The New York State Capitol is multi-storied and built in a figure eight with big interior courtyards. Many of its dark interiors are rather gloomy looking, typical of the Gilded Era interiors, with lots of reddish sandstone, big chandeliers, wood paneling, and ornate staircases in the neo-Gothic style. The Capitol’s Hall of Governors has all their portraits ...