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From June 10th-14th I headed out on a road trip thru NY, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Montreal, Canada. Over the last two months, I’ve talked about most of the places I visited. Here is a full recap of the trip. SUNDAY I headed out on the road, for the most mileage of any day (and the …

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The fifth museum at the Springfield Museums is the Dr. Seuss Museum, and it may be the centerpiece of it all, as they all surround the National Memorial Sculpture Garden. In case you missed them, the first four were the Science Museum, the Springfield History Museum, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, and the Michele and Donald D’Amour …

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The second of the two art museums and fourth of the Springfield Museums is the Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts. This follows the Science Museum, Springfield History Museum, and the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. This museum focuses on fine arts and ceramics, featuring beautiful drawings, ceramics, and busts. Galleries at this …

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The first of two art museums that I’ll look at in the Springfield Museums, is the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. If you missed the first two, check out the Science and History Museums! This museum houses the collection of George Walter Vincent Smith and his wife Belle were large collectors of art and items, …

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Springfield, Massachusetts has a grouping of five museums, all located around one central Dr. Seuss themed sculpture garden (more on that at a later date), with one entry that gets you into all of them. These five are: Springfield Science Museum Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum …

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Ben and Jerry’s has their original factory located in Waterbury, Vermont, and is a giant tourist trap, and really not worth visiting unless you happen to be in town already. The tour itself will run you $4, which is basically paying for the free sample, and features the following: A video in their moovie theater showing …

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Downtown Montreal is a flash to an old French city, as you walk the cobblestone streets and explore the markets. Some of the highlights of the downtown area include City Hall and the famous Notre-Dame Basilica. Meanwhile, you can wander down to the old port, where things really start to get fun. At the edge …

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