1768 Country Inn
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- Free parking
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... hike through the woods to the falls and we had a great time climbing about the rocks and rock pools in amongst the waterfalls. We weren't ...
... with the group at Cold Hollow Cider Mill. Had a nice lunch there and checked out the shop. Then we headed a few miles away to Ben and Jerry's!
The tour of Ben and Jerry's ice cream factory near Burlington, VT was fantastic. Very informative; we got to see a lot of great marketing and business ideas from a company that's been doing things right for over 40 years. The business teacher in me got a lot out of it ...
My dad had already earned the sticker proclaiming "This car climbed Mt. Washington" on a previous trip, but he wanted to get back to the top to share the experience with Tuukka the puppy, and myself.
Tuukka had a feeling this was going to be an exciting trip and barked enthusiastically at the booth attendant at the base of the mountain road.
Once the pleasantries were exchanged we were off and up the mountain, traveling on a road that at times could ...
... the next day, so decided to stay on an extra night and make the most of the peaceful town and scenic views. After a much needed lie-in and a very chilled start to the day, we eventually decided to walk/hike up to one of the area’s many waterfalls. After a bit of research, Arethusa Falls was to be our destination. At 200 feet it is the tallest in the region and a nice 2.8-mile round trip from the road.
The incline was gradual to start with and about a ...
... hotel desk person suggested Salty Seadog Brewing Co. It's obviously a local haunt and when we walked in everyone sitting at the bar stopped talking and looked at us. I couldn't hear Deliverance playing so I thought we were safe. After a 5 minute wait for our table our waiter blew us away with his service and attention. I had a Sea Dog beer and Sue had a cocktail called Ruby Red. It took me back to the 1950's when The Kingston Trio had a song called Ruby Red. I tried to ...