Leaving the Thompson Center, and being decently dressed we stopped by The Woodstock Inn and Resort. I think you could walk in the front door and never walk back out. The place is so inviting, relaxed looking, spacious. Really beautiful in every way. Bill, who greets you at the front door kinda toured us around and we were even given access to a room just to get an idea of the decor in some of the rooms. There is a wonderful little booklet telling The Story of the Woodstock Inn, which I'm sure you could access on the internet if you were interested. The Inn is located in the heart of Vermont's most beautiful address, with an array of activities. Our splurge for Woodstock will be a meal at the Red Rooster Restaurant at the Inn which captures the essence of Vermont with satisfying dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. We will certainly find out if this is true.
But the entire complex is such a beautiful place and is a AAA Four-Diamond Resort.
You are certainly privy to most of our activities and it is now time for another haircut which could never be as adventurous as our cuts at Pee Wee's Playhouse Barbershop in Brooklyn I loved that experience The two ladies Linda the owner, and Kim who did our hair, at Shear Images were so nice and accomodating and really cut our hair back into shape. Thank you ladies, it was fun spending time with you.