Point Au Roche Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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It's been a bit since the last post from Erie Canal but here's a summary. We went across the southern shore of Lake Ontario, through the Adirondacks and are now on the shore of Lake Champlain looking at Vermont. Stopped at an Ice Cream Social in a small town and socialized well with some fans of bicycles and touring. They are part of an organization that volunteers to host touring cyclist. The "match" is done through warm showers.org. A number ...
... to pay for the more expensive Inn if need be or we could sleep in our nice dry van if worse came to worse). Inconvenient things were happening, not terrible things.
So we ate our food and thanked God for it and counted our blessings. We headed back to our more than $25 a night, but leak proof roof over our head, crawled into our soft, warm beds and fell asleep to the sound of rain on the trees. Not such a terrible ending after all.
... like I did the town justice, though, and it’s a place I’ll have to go back to visit again.
I consider Burlington to likely be one of the best places to live in America, a small city with generally open-minded attitudes, a university town as home to University of Vermont with a well-educated population and amenities like the arts that go along with it. ...
... It’s an architectural style of great homes and buildings of the era in the eastern U.S. associated with members of the family that ought to be called “Vanderbiltian”.
To visit the Farms you have to go on a guided tour (unless you’re staying at the posh iin on the lakeshore and can drive in) which takes you to the barns, the dairy, the pastures, and the inn and includes a long schpiel about the ...
... the lake, by the end of it I was completely exhausted, I mean totally bone tired, I thought my legs might need to be amputated. On the plus side, the scenery in Vermont was beathtaking. The colours of the fall made some hillsides look as if they were on fire. I've never seen so many shades of red and orange in my life.
On the return ferry I got talking to a couple of guys who had proper race bikes and all the gear for ...