North Hero House

Address: 3643 Route 2, P.O. Box 207, North Hero, Vermont, 05474, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 3643 Route 2, P.O. Box 207, North Hero, is near Hero's Welcome and Alburg Dunes State Park.
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    Travel Blogs from North Hero

    Healing Winds & Finding Joy

    A travel blog entry by nsevers on Jul 26, 2015

    3 comments, 41 photos

    ... this prescription again and again. I chose doctors in whom I have confidence and the treatment I had provided the best chance of a cure. I am working to be really positive about my prognosis (which as of now is good) and I need reminders to not do things that encourage me to dwell on the fact that I had cancer. During treatment, I did really well fitting cancer into my life and not making it my life.

    It is gone for now. Hopefully we ...

    Burlington Farmer’s Market and Shelborne Mus

    A travel blog entry by t_b_blanchard on Jul 18, 2015

    7 photos

    Mo and Buster went to doggy daycare for the day as we headed
    out. Our first stop was in downtown
    Burlington for the Farmer’s Market. We
    all found it very interesting and one of the best we’ve seen. In addition to the things you would expect at
    this type of thing there were lots of other local vendors. We particularly
    enjoyed the “ice cider” sampling while Bev and Greg tried ...

    New England

    A travel blog entry by glenn.porter on Aug 26, 2013

    My return to the US of A today was uneventful, cloudy skies with a bit of rain, mostly suburban riding, very melancholy. I was sad to leave Montreal, but it is the kind of city that draws people back, so hopefully life will oblige.   By the end of the day I was riding along the edge of Lake Champlain. I stumbled upon a quaint ...

    Sad goodbyes!!

    A travel blog entry by carolvw on Jul 21, 2007

    Hi: First a little more on last night. We had our closing banquet and it was another great meal. All the Inns (one resort) we stayed at really went out of their way to put their best foot forward. This has been a truly 5 Star trip. Since this was my first experience I really have nothing to compare it with. Everyone I met I liked. I'm sure I've met some people I'll stay in contact with for years to ...

    Montreal

    A travel blog entry by fluttermoran on Sep 17, 2005

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... accents that blended New York, Canada and several regional English variations, not to mention Irish and Scottish. The landscape was very wild, much like Scotland and the West of Ireland, and very beautiful. It was nice to see rugged coastlines again after Alaska and we did some lovely cliff walks at various spots on the island. Having left the bears behind (a welcome respite), moose were the main danger, especially at night when they are prone ...