Country Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Victorian Bed and Breakfast Middlebury
We had a wonderful stay at this B&B. Comfy cozy room, convenient to the area and the most gracious host and hostess. Excellent, we highly recommend to visitors to the area.
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... bridges and lots and lots of trees. When we landed about an hour later, because we're awesome, we hauled our canoe up to the shed ourselves, because we're hardcore, and it turns out the vets were a little lazy on Sunday. A quick McDonald's sprite and fries, and we were ready for some more SHOPPING. Omg, thank goodness I have enough willpower to send stuff home NOW, because I can't carry anything new after this, unless ...
... a strongly worded voice message over WhatsApp in Irish telling John where to stick his Harvard Irish.... We watched The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, which Sonia and I had rented because John is just back from a few months in India, and it was light hearted enough to get away from the Irish debate. It turned out to exceed most people's (very low) expectations, which we'll take as a success. And then it was time for the fightin' Irish to go to sleep. ...
... route, and we had to get off the train at some stop near the Indiana Dunes and get on a pile of buses to different destinations. It was actually nice to see the road for a while, which is wooded and pretty, not rusty and industrial like the railway. The bus brought us to another random train, and I happily legged it on, only to realise I'd forgotten my suitcase underneath the bus. FORtunately, there were so many people milling around that nothing had yet left and I was able ...
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