A nice room for an anniversary get-a-way In additional to a comfortable bed & bath the Inn served excellent food in their main dinning room. I enjoyed this plate of lightly bread veal cutlet & fresh veggies. My dessert choice was carrot cake while my husband enjoyed strawberry cheesecake. Our room also included breakfast in … Continue reading Concord Colonial Inn Concord, MA
April is National Poetry Month and has been since 1996. You can find an incredible amount of information by clicking the link above. One of the things I found interesting was that there is a National Poetry Map that will lead you to a page for each state telling you about the poets of the … Continue reading Wacky Wednesday #16 – National Poetry Month
I was not really thinking as I quickly snapped this photo. I took it because it had the picture of a trumpet & I figured it had been placed by the Concord Carlisle High School Band. Then as I was going through to edit my Sleepy Hollow Cemetery photos it clicked. It is where the … Continue reading Word for 11/29 – Amateur
I reckon after a mostly warm and sunny November we were due for a wet and raw day. At least that is the weather here in Concord, MA. Back home in Vermont the reports are that a couple of inches of snow have fallen.
While in Concord today we decided to take a walk through the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. Our objective was to check out “Authors Ridge“, the resting place of Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. I am very glad we did. The whole cemetery is picturesque.
The word gobble makes me think Thanksgiving. Last year I spent the holiday at the Concord Colonial Inn in Concord, MA. It was so nice that my husband & I are going to do the same this year. sitting area of our roommain dinning room
I am glad we have a holiday focused on giving thanks. These decorations were in the dining room of the Concord Colonial Inn where we ate our Thanksgiving meal last year.
Sleeping in a room that housed a Queen is something I figure may only happen once in a lifetime. This is the room Queen Noir of Jordan stayed in while back in Concord, MA for a high school reunion. My husband and I were given the room for our stay there last Thanksgiving.
A deadly delicious main course from the Colonial Inn in Concord, MA.
The fading daylight of a November afternoon casts shadows in this photo of the Old North Bridge in Concord, MA.