The following Weblog items are filed under the New England category. There are 46 entries in this section. The earliest was published on July 19, 2007 and the latest entry was filed on May 30, 2012. If you have any comments about New England please let me know!
May 30, 2012
Wrentham Village Premium Outlets
Some little little factiod on the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets that I found out this weekend:
September 17, 2010
Earlier this week we had an early dinner at the Wayside Inn in Sudbury Massachusetts. The Wayside Inn is a historic Inn that opened in 1716 and is a perfect place to go for a great New England meal. Forget the Colonial Inn in Concord, or the Union Oyster House in Boston, this is place to visit if your looking for a great New England meal.
The dress code for the Wayside Inn is casual. We saw plenty of people in jeans, there were some people that were dressed up but most people were dressed casusal. You don't need to dress up to eat at the Wayside Inn.
We were seated in the main dinning room and on our table was plenty of bread and crackers on the table. The bread was fresh and the cheese and crackers was also good. I rarely get an appetizer when I go out, but the Wayside Inn has a great cup of Clam Chowder that I wanted to try. My only disappointment was that it was only a cup of clam chowder. It was really creamy clam chowder good. If you like your clam chowder creamy, and who doesn't, you need to try this!
My main course was Scallops (baked) and mash potatoes. Everything was cooked perfectly and I ate everything on my plate. The scallops were evenly cooked with a nice breadcrumb toping and cooked with real butter.
I would highly recommend going to Wayside Inn, and this is certainly the time of the year to go. They have some special events going on in the next few weeks. There's plenty of things to do around the Inn, and it's the perfect place to have a wedding reception.
April 19, 2010
Happy Patriots Day!
If your looking for something interesting to read today; learn about "Bloody Angle" and the impact it had on the American Revolution.
September 24, 2007
Nice time in New England
What a great time to be in New England:
July 19, 2007
White House Inn of Wilmington
Planning a trip to New England for the Fall Foliage season?
White House Inn of Wilmington
The spirit of Mrs. Martin Brown is said to haunt the historic White House Inn of Wilmington, Vt. Both staff and guests have reported unexplainable cold spots, doors that open by themselves, and visible apparitions. One guest reported being visited by an elderly lady in the middle of the night, who sat in a chair by the bed and exclaimed, "One Mrs. Brown in this room is quite enough!" The guest's name also happened to be Mrs. Brown.
The Inn itself includes a vast attic with creaks included, a dungeon-like basement with dark areas and coal boilers, a locking iron vault and even a hidden staircase.
Halloween weekend features a "Haunting" with a ghost hunt and seance.