Best Restaurants in Worcester, Massachusetts MA
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List of Best Restaurants in Worcester
Mare e Monti
Lou Roc's Diner
Miss Worcester Diner
111 Chop House
The Sole Proprietor
O'Connor's Restaurant & Bar
Boynton Family Restaurant
Smokestack Urban Barbecue
The Fix Burger Bar
Driving through Downtown Boston, Massachusetts eastbound (Night)
Starting Point: Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) in Westborough, MA
Also Includes: Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90) eastbound, Ted Williams Tunnel eastbound
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One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England. It was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Siege of Boston. Upon American independence from Great Britain, the city continued to be an important port and manufacturing hub, as well as a center for education and culture. Through land reclamation and municipal annexation, Boston has expanded beyond the original peninsula. Its rich history helps attract many tourists, with Faneuil Hall alone attracting over 20 million visitors. Boston's many firsts include the United States' first public school, Boston Latin School (1635), and first subway system (1897).
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Charles River Esplanade
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Hampton Inn Sturbridge - Sturbridge, Massachusetts
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Stay in comfort and serenity at Hampton Inn Sturbridge. Famous for its living-history museum and preserved village, this stylish Sturbridge, MA hotel's surrounded by the historic 18th and 19th century town fixtures.
Take a trip to the sprawling Wells State Park, a nearby 1,400-acre retreat full of inspirational natural beauty. Once you've visited the historic downtown, rummage for treasures at the nearby Brimfield Antique and Collectibles show; held trianually, the finest dealers in America flock to this show, and it's the perfect place to visit.
Whatever the reason for your stay, you're guaranteed a lot of fantastic amenities. Have work to take care of? Free high-speed internet access is available in each guest rooms, alongside a handy lap desk and MP3 alarm clock. Stay focussed in the dedicated business center with fax, photocopying and secretarial services provided. You'll get a great night's rest in the clean and fresh Hampton bed.
The dedicated and well-informed staff promise to help with any enquiry or request, so make yourself at home. This historic hotel offers a service that is committed, attentive and timeless.
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398 Claryville Road, Claryville, NY 12725 - Hart Ranch in the Catskills - For Sale
A one of a kind luxury equestrian compound located in coveted Claryville, NY on 67 park like acres. Built on one of the oldest 3 generation family fly fishing camps in the Catskill Mountains, this compound provides the comforts of a 5 star resort in a natural yet sophisticated setting. This ranch consists of the 6,000 sq ft main house, 1,300+ sq ft guest house, 60’x40’ (2,400 sq ft) storage garage and a 40’x30 (1200 sq ft) stable. The main and guest houses are constructed of large hand-hewn Douglas Fir logs from British Columbia. The 2 outbuildings are authentic mortise and tendon structures, representing superb craftsmanship while reminiscent of a time gone by. Reclaimed timber from this property was used for their construction. All of this is centered on a nature preserve teeming with wildlife and rests on the crest of Claryville Hill affording magnificent views to the west. Featured are many walking/bridle paths, pastures, wooded and cleared areas. There is unlimited potential for future development on property for activities to include a short game practice area with driving range, covered arena, competitive trail work area, tennis court or pickleball court(s), pool/catena or other.
Reclaimed old growth oak flooring
Custom furniture throughout
4 bedrooms – Master with stone fireplace
3 full & 1 half baths with premium tile and custom cabinetry in all
3 season porch with Franklin gas stove
Cedar closet in master suite
Commercial Kitchen – with wood mode cabinetry, custom copper sinks and stove hood, Wolf range with griddle, Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer & breakfast bar with island sink
Full Bar – Game Room
2 floors of radiant heat (Basement and Main floor) plus propane. Additional system for forced hot air .
Pella Premium doors and windows throughout with semi-reflective glass
Magnificent Mountain views from 60’x12’ deck, balcony, and most rooms.
1 Bedroom / 1 Full bath with jetted tub and slate tile
1 gas fireplace
Premium kitchen with wolf range and sub-zero refrigerator.
Balcony with magnificent mountain views.
3 car finished garage and workshop
Eat in Kitchen or Dining Room
In-Law Suite on Apt
In-Home Fitness Center
Terrace / Outdoor Space
Wine Cellar / Grotto
Fireplace In Master Br
Bath - Jacuzzi Tub
Stall Shower And Tub
high tech cabling
Radiant Floor Heating
- Asking $6.8 Million
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The Charles Hotel in Harvard Square in Cambridge
Reserve: . . .. .. ... . . . . . . .. .. .. The Charles Hotel in Harvard Square 1 Bennett Street Cambridge MA02138 Set in the heart of Harvard Square, this luxurious Cambridge hotel combines classic New England style with award-winning dining, elegant guestrooms and 24-hour personalized concierge services. The Charles Hotel in Harvard Square offers everything need for an unforgettable stay, including in-room flat-screen TVs and DVD players. Guests can also enjoy free access to a nearby state-of-the-art fitness center as well as the on-site library and wireless internet access. While staying at the Charles, guests can take advantage of gourmet on-site dining options, such as the vibrant jazz club, the Regattabar. Classic New England cuisine is available at Henrietta's Table and contemporary Italian dishes are featured at Rialto. Popular area attractions, including the famed Harvard University are only moments from the Charles in Harvard Square. A number of charming cafes, shops and restaurants are also easily accessible. Downtown Boston is a short drive away with on-site car rental services.
Delhi City Guide | India Travel Video
Come join us as we visit Delhi in this city guide to one of the biggest and most important cities in all of India. Our travel video covers some of the main attractions in Delhi (दिल्ली ਿਦੱਲੀ) including the following places:
Things to do in Delhi Travel Guide:
1) Red Fort (लाल क़िला - لال قلعہ)
2) Humayun's tomb (हुमायूँ का मकबरा - آرامگاه همایون)
3) Lodhi Gardens (लोधी बाग़ - لودھی باغ)
4) Jama Masjid (जामा मस्जिद - جامع مسجد)
Our Delhi Travel Guide is a bit of a different format from usual in the sense it is more casual and vlog style; however, we feel as though you'll have a really good idea of things to do in Delhi during your visit especially in Old Delhi (पुरानी दिल्ली).
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Our visit Delhi travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums, fascinating temples and the city by day and evening when Delhi comes alive at night. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical Old Delhi tourism brochure, Delhi city tour or Delhi itinerary.
Delhi City Guide | India Travel Video Transcript:
Well good morning from Delhi. It is our first day of sightseeing. Sam's parents arrived last night. Yeah. We've got the full group for travels. The squad is ready. We're going to be doing. We're going to be in Delhi for a couple of days.
Yeah, just a that is how we're kicking things off. And yeah we just started by walking around today. We're visiting the Red Fort (लाल क़िला - لال قلعہ) right now.
All over India. Yeah, so right now we're visiting the Red Fort (लाल क़िला - لال قلعہ) and honestly this is probably going to be a bit of a different format because we obviously want to spend time with Sam's parents. I don't think we're going to be filming as much but we're going to show you some of the highlights and kind of see how it works out. So let's go tour Delhi now.
After wandering around the Red Fort for an hour or so, it was time for a little break, so we decided to introduce my parents to their first cup of masala chai in India.
From there we went on a short tour of Old Delhi during rush hour, which in retrospect may not have been the best idea. It was a little too crowded to walk, so we popped into a restaurant for lunch instead.
After visiting Humayun’s Tomb, we took two cycle rickshaws over to the Lodi Gardens. It was getting close to lunch hour, so first we stopped at “Lodi - The Garden Restaurant” where we had a really nice meal in an outdoor setting. From there we were just a few steps away from the actual gardens, which proved to be a popular spot on the weekend.
The Gardens are named after the Lodhi Dynasty, who ruled parts of northern India from the mid 15th century to the early 16th century, before the rise of the Mughal Empire. The gardens contain various tombs and mosques, and it’s a very tranquil setting in what can otherwise be a very chaotic city.
Like most structures in Old Delhi, Jama Masjid is made of red sandstone and white marble, and it also happens to be one of the largest mosques in all of India.
So we're at the train station here in Delhi (दिल्ली ਿਦੱਲੀ) and that means we are wrapping up the trip here. What an adventure. So yeah that is it for our time in Delhi. That was an assault on the senses. Oh yes. Delhi is a very chaotic but yet exciting city and there is a lot to do but it is the kind of place where once you've seen a few attractions and you're ready to move on yeah. Yeah, it is time to move on. And we are moving on. Where are we off to next? We're off to Jaisalmer in Rajasthan. So this is somewhere I've been before. I'm so excited to be going there. So stay tuned for those adventures. We've got a lot more destinations in India to come. Bye!
This is part of our Travel in India video series showcasing Indian food, Indian culture and Indian cuisine.
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