Lynburke Motel

Address: 791 Main Street, Lyndonville, Vermont, 05851, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 791 Main Street, Lyndonville, is near Great Vermont Corn Maze, Burke Mountain, and Trout River Brewing Company.
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Travel Blogs from Lyndonville

Covered Bridges, Franconia Notch, Gorge-ous Hike

A travel blog entry by sarafish on Oct 15, 2014

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The trip from Gorham to Littleton is not a long one, but we decided to take a more circuitous route today. We opted out of traveling on the auto-road to Mt. Washington, but instead drove south through White Mountains State Park, stopping at quaint covered bridges, apple cider mills, and other shopping opportunities along the way. Many of the covered bridges were built in the 1800s and 1900s. We've been trying to speculate why the bridges were built covered in the first place. We saw ...

Leaf "peepers" galore!

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Oct 13, 2014

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New Hampshire has lived up to its reputation of its amazing fall color show! "Wow" moments around most corners. Columbus Day-long weekend brought thousands of additional "peepers" Besides the non-stop color blitz, a 4-hour/38-mile ride on the Hobo Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad made going from Meredith to Plymouth such fun. The Presidential car named "Determination" ...

"Autumn leaves" Nat King Cole

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 08, 2014

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... range of shade is still amazing. Our major difficulty was in getting just the right photo opportunity to do it justice. Maybe we are doomed to fail on that score?
Over the pass into sleepy Jeffersonville and a compulsory stop at the local wool products shop (all seemingly made in China). Lumberjacks would have had a field day (forest day?) here. Checked shirts, jackets, gilets, jumpers, hats etc, even checked suspenders ...

An ass on the trail

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 06, 2014

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... along the river. Apparently it is NOT a loop trail. We almost ended up in the parking area on the other side of the highway. We did the basin years ago but I think we parked on that side of the highway because if you are heading north on the 3 you walk almost right to the basin itself and miss the rest of the hike if you stop there. Heading south on the 3 (which is what we did today) actually puts you at the furthest point from the ...

New England States

A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran on Oct 06, 2014

6 comments, 5 photos

Saturday evening in Burlington we went back to a restaurant we had been turned away from the night before - the Gryphon, and the young man on the door who seated us was Geoffrey Penar who we discovered was an opera singer. We cajoled him into singing a tiny piece for us and he brought the restaurant to its feet. He was really good and ...