Lincoln Inn

Address: 530 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, Vermont, 05091, United States | 2 star b&b
 
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Location

This 2 star B&B, located on 530 Woodstock Road, Woodstock, is near Clark's Trading Post, Raptor Center at the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences, Mount Tom, and Woodstock Country Club.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lincoln Inn Woodstock

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Woodstock

Better train than plane

A travel blog entry by judithdirving on Jan 28, 2015

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... our next door neighbor got on the train in our car in Philadelphia. Don't ever try to run away from home or have an affair on a train. You are highly likely to meet your best friend or neighbor or relative or so it seems.
And now, the trip is done. The sand is far away. We are deeply immersed in the fun and games of Fat Toad Farm but thankful to everyone that made this trip possible and a special thanks to LaDawn and Proctor for their most excellent ...

The Very Beginning

A travel blog entry by _klarock on Jan 26, 2015

1 photo

... donut for the road. From there, we hit the road and I drove all the way to NYC. We were en route as the sun came up. We stopped at Rite Aid in Fort Anne and then again at the New Baltimore service center before making our way down to ...

Cabin Fever Combat!

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jan 17, 2015

4 comments, 16 photos

... 8217;s Eve reprieve. My platelets were too low to safely have the chemo. I was feeling mostly fine and we had a lovely holiday after all.

I had the chemo on January 7. Noah had come from Bangkok for a visit and his perfect timing enabled him to be with me in Boston for the last treatment cycle. He was there for the very first one on July 7 and for the last one on January 7. We all know that ...

Finding the Light Within.

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 21, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... is key. After today’s class, another yogi mentioned that somehow, the classes seem to be just what she needs each day. I said, "I have often felt the same."

On this winter solstice day once again, our class was just what I needed. The meditation, pranayama (breath work), chakra awareness, and poses may have affected each of us in in class differently. As I embraced the quiet practice recognizing the darkness of the season, I felt ...

Pain is Inevitable; Suffering is Optional.

A travel blog entry by nsevers on Dec 01, 2014

4 comments, 93 photos

... the past few weeks I have enjoyed following the blog of my friend's Craig & Jeri's trip to Japan & SE Asia here: http://seasiajeriandcraig.blogspot.com/

And, I have been reading the famous travel writer, Paul Theroux, again. This time I chose his “Ghost Train to the Eastern Star.” when I found the delicious hardback copy at a local used bookstore. 30 years ago, the author traveled overland & water from ...