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Massachusetts #6: is this what you are eating this weekend?

July 5, 2008 by mimecine

Does this look like your 4th of July weekend at the beach? We all succumb to the fried jazz (not music) while at the seashore. However, I was surprised we fell for it while in the hills of Massachusetts. If you head up to MassMoca, as many do, stop by Pedrin’s, home of the fish […]

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Massachusetts #5: Lee

July 4, 2008 by mimecine

Lee, Massachusetts, a beautiful town and to an outsider, a patriotic one of sorts at that. It’s massive white Romanesque style church built in 1857, Main Street and Joe’s Diner gives it an All-American touch, in a good way. Rockwell, the most American of American painters we all know and some possibly love, was buzzing […]

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Massachusetts #3

June 20, 2008 by mimecine

We visited Hancock Shaker Village as a contrast dose to The Mount. The barn is considered to be one of the most impressive structures in America, so I knew I needed to see it. And it is an incredible construction, a real Tatlin Tower on the inside. But I was really impressed and surprised to […]

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Massachusetts #2

June 18, 2008 by mimecine

When we travel we are as into looking for objects as much as visiting cultural landmarks, museums, trying local food, checking out the nature, meeting all types of people, etc etc. If we didn’t do these things I think out experience would be half of what it is and I’d be bored anyway. On our […]

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First Massachusetts news

June 17, 2008 by mimecine

Hi There! We are back from MA for sometime but now I am finally getting down to it! The trip began in the Berkshires (west side of the state). We arrived late in the day to Race Brook Lodge in Sheffield, close to the CT border, and ate at their restaurant The Stagecoach Tavern. Great […]

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