Travelodge Inn and Suites, Latham Circle
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... we were even able to help the team make John Cabot University Athletics history. Unfortunately, the season doesn't end completely until the Spring, so we will sadly not be able to participate in playoffs.
In my semester at John Cabot University, I was able to expand my knowledge by taking my sixth year of Spanish, by taking my first ever art class (Renaissance Art is the most excruciatingly boring topic and I recommend it to nobody), by taking yet another interesting semester ...
... of President Van Buren at the Ellis Island Museum. President Van Buren signed the order that sent the Cherokee on the Trail of Tears. I had to ask about it and our ranger guide said that Van Buren, even though he didn't support the spread of slavery into new states, was really not an abolitionist or human ...
We departed the Lowell area across Hwy 2 towards Western Massachusetts, entering the Mohawk Trail across the Berkshires. We were welcomed with beautiful color, muted by the rains, yet nothing like we have seen before. I shot some iPhone photos which are below. We looked for possible campsite but everything was shut down for RV's like us.
We continued south along Hwy 7 then crossed over Into eastern upstate New York to catch the Taconic Trail just ...
... is one of many small New England colleges to also have a notable art museum with a significant permanent collection, as opposed to a great many college art museums which are mostly gallery space for changing exhibitions. The museum was one of my reasons for visiting the campus. I don’t have many pictures, though. I got told off for taking some, not realizing it was against the ...
... historic firearms.
A short distance outside of town stands the Bennington Battle Monument, a stone obelisk along the lines of the Washington Monument or the Bunker Hill Monument in Boston, that commemorates the Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington in which local Vermont militia rebuffed a British attempt to capture American stores. A nice thing about the Bennington Monument is that (unlike Bunker Hill) there are elevators to the top for a good view of the surrounding ...