Sleepy Bear Bed and Breakfast

Address: 3006 Route 101, Troy, Vermont, 05868, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 3006 Route 101, Troy, is near Jay Peak Resort, Jay Peak Aerial Tramway, and Highway 100.
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Travel Blogs from Troy

Another day of skiing!

A travel blog entry by matt-hryniewicz on Mar 01, 2015

Went skiing with the Reidy's and their cousins. Jay Peak is definitely a must on a skiers list. Some sweet glade skiing for novices. Packed powder. 25 degrees. Barely a breeze. A couple of quads and a tram bought you to the top. Sitting on the Canadian border in northern Vermont, it's quite remote making for small lift lines. It was a four hour ride but the ride back was a bit more interesting with the impending ...

Leaf-ing New Hampshire

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 07, 2014

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... and now I also have **** for wifi so I can’t even call Jym again. All day I had reception so I don’t know what happened. I had hope that Vermont would be a lot better than New Hampshire and I even had 4G at points in the day but not now. Now I am back to not even being able to send a text. I did manage to speak to Jym by going down to the lobby and bar area which is closer to the wifi modem.

The drive ...

Ou est moi?

A travel blog entry by lindagraves on Sep 28, 2014

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... cheese made by the monks. And we got to hear their vespers at 5:00 last evening, all Gregorian chants. It was apple fete at the abbey and the crowds were huge but by the time we had consumed a brick if fromage bleu, blue cheese, potato chips and apples most of the crowd had left. The service was quietly beautiful, soothing and mesmerizing. We drove back to Lac Brome and ate the compote de pomme, apple sauce, ...

Vermont Ski Museum

A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 06, 2014

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... Division. In 1945, they fought in the Apennines in Italy, helping to destroy German artillery, enabling the Allied advance north. They attacked entrenched German positions considered impassable, and cut several German supply lines, and continued fighting in Italy, taking advantage of their ability to fight in mountainous terrain, until the end of the war. Though they no linger fight on skis, the are still active today, and retain the "Mountain" designation for historical reasons. ...

Hike & cow stampede.

A travel blog entry by maynardboyz on Sep 03, 2014

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Today, we hiked over the side of Mount Elmore to find a connection between some trails that we had found previously. We split into 2 groups, one going from one side, one from the other.
My group, (Mom, Paul, Nicholas, and Catherine) made good time, though there were a few times when we almost lost the trail, and once or twice even considered turning back. Though at the end, a little ...