Ammonoosuc Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
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... the side of the road?” I answered “We have reservations in St. Johnsbury”. He asked “Are you carrying any food?” I answered “Of course”. He asked me to list all the food we had on board. I started with the frig and worked my way to the pantry. I forgot to tell him about the pop tarts in the car. Eventually, he let us come back to our home country. We wanted ...
... After the film, we were graced with the charming and beautiful granddaughter of Maria Von Trapp, Christina! She told us about life now in Vermont, answered our questions, etc. Wonderful! This place resembles Austria in many ways and is the epitome of hospitality!
Homeward, we made brief stops at Cabot Cheese Outlet and Cold Hollow Cider Mill, both with lots of samples, which ROUNDED out our longest day of ...
... otherwise we would still be in Massachusetts. The drive today was absolutely beautiful, lots of white weatherboard churches, farm houses - white with red barns, and beautiful old houses, colourful deciduous trees amongst pine forests, and flowers, pumpkins and rag people all in Autumn colours. Mileage: 170 ...
We drove about 3.5 hours from Rita's to catch the cog train up Mt. Washington the 2nd highest Mountain in US and the highest recorded winds in the US. The ride was great really steep aboit 40-45 minutes to the top and beautiful view. Once at the top we had an hour to take pictures and shop before a rather scarry ride down. Thought ...
... great to see the number of seniors attacking the stairs. Many people used walking sticks, even young people, but I’ve never felt the need for a walking stick.
The water running down the flume was more of a spring than a torrent. Spring is probably the best time to see a torrent. On the plus side, we didn’t get wet. I bet spring visitors get drenched at times if they get close to the flume.