We're all familiar with plenty of great spots with breathtaking views throughout Massachusetts. And as we've now hit the late Spring warmer temperatures, with Summer approaching, it's a great time to explore some spots with some amazing outdoor views. But recently, three spots throughout Berkshire County were specifically chosen as part of the 18 top restaurants with the best scenic views throughout the Bay State.
With so much history throughout the entire state of Massachusetts, we all know that some establishments throughout the Bay State date back at least a few centuries. Of those, and in particular, of the most historic restaurants, which ones still hold up these days? And which ones are considered to be the best? We may have just found out where the best historic restaurant in the Berkshires is.
My son and I were on a walk the other day when he was asking me if fruit was ok to throw outside.
I think we've all done it at one point, right? I'm not saying right in the middle of the street or even the sidewalk, but maybe walking in the woods...
We were talking about the top 13 reasons why people get pulled over in Massachusetts today on the show. Speeding was most definitely on the list as you would imagine.
Last week, "a speeding ticket", was the answer to one of the trivia questions...
There's nothing quite like a Colonial home in Massachusetts. So many of them have such a rich history, given their age. That being said, you might be surprised that there are some that can cost as much as $2 million. The features of one in particular caught the eye of the national publication, 'The New York Times'. The Massachusetts Colonial home was a main feature in their write-up.
As we have hit the unofficial start of Summer, that being this past Memorial Day weekend, it's the time of year when travel plans are happening on a weekly basis. It doesn't matter if it's for a Spring or Summer road trip, or perhaps planning way ahead for the Fall, if you are coming to New England, you'll probably make your way into the Bay State at some point. It looks like out of a few handpicked spots in Massachusetts to travel to, the Berkshires may as well be a must-see region.