Country Inn at Jiminy Peak
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Hancock
If you've talked to me In The last six months you know I am going to India. What you might not know is that I am leaving this Thursday night. I decided to wait until we were having our next huge snow storm just to heighten my stress level. So I got the typhoid shot, the hep A shot, skipped malaria, but do have the remedy for Delhi belly in my back pack.
I'm sending this post as a test for ...
... is familiar. No matter what happens, I know where I am and what to do. And I know basically that nothing is going to happen. That is all pre-conceptual. It's nice to feel safe. Yet I love the exploration, love it. From the times I traveled Central America and South America by myself in my 20's, I will never get this out of my system. It's in my core.
(Sorry this is so delayed!!)
On October 18th, I got an email from Pam, the Dean's secretary,
Below, find the announcement about it, sent out today:
"Sent on behalf of Dean Evan Douglis –
Dear Members of the School of Architecture – Please join me in congratulating Erin Butler, who submitted the winning application for the new Brown's India Fellowship. Erin is our School’s first winner of this ...
Started the day by venturing upwards. Way upwards. Visiting hallowed Hanks/Ryan country. The Empire State Building. Magical stuff. The sun was shining so making our views stunningly beautiful. Worth making the trip across town for. Then onto the car hire place to pick up our ride for the next week. Hardly an American Classic (Ford Fiesta??) but it's enough for us. Then back across to Chinatown in possibly the most crazy car drive I've ever experienced. Americans drive fast ...
... integration in 1957 Governor Orville Faubus tried to prevent, causing President Eisenhower to enforce it with federal troops. A gas station across the street served as press headquarters during this crisis and has been preserved in its 1957 state. While still operating as a high school, Central High is also a National Historical Site, with a separate visitor center that was closed by the government shutdown. Most of ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility