The Old Homestead

Address: 1573 US Rte 5, South, Barnet, Vermont, 05821, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 1573 US Rte 5, South, Barnet.
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    Back to the USA

    A travel blog entry by noeljrblog on Oct 11, 2015

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    Last night the Quebec weatherman said that tomorrow would be sunny with no chance of rain. Well, it started raining when we went to bed and never stopped until we were just about to Vermont. That made packing up the coach quite messy and delayed us until almost 11:00am. But we did our thing and got on the road to the USA. When we reached the border we were greeted by our US Immigration Officer. I have ...

    Week 6 September 27 - October 2

    A travel blog entry by skipbobbi on Oct 05, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... by the American patriots, Ethan Allen and Benedict Arnold. We were treated to a special reenactment day of French occupation of the fort. Musket demonstration (descriptions, cadence, firing, Q&A) was very educational! We walked around the gardens, listened to special music, saw horses, and people in period costumes. We continued on into our first New York Camp ground, an impressive and fancy place called Lake George RV ...

    Raining leaves

    A travel blog entry by yatz on Oct 03, 2015

    3 photos

    Day 50. Vermont Today we followed the Connetticut River - it went from rain to sunshine, wonderful. We went to a craft market, to an historic town, to a farmers market, to getting lost in small towns, crossing covered bridges, and to a glass blowing factory. Thankfully we had an advanced accommodation booking ...

    Cog Train ride up Mt. Washington

    A travel blog entry by capanobl on Oct 02, 2015

    ... steep going up seemed twice as steep going down. Also realizing the engine that pushed us to the top was only slightly hooked to is and if it took off we had a brake man on the car that was manually operating a brake wheel to help the engine alow us down and if we separated from engine he was confident he could stop the car. ...

    Uphill Walking and Stairs

    A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Sep 28, 2015

    19 photos

    Whoever wrote the sign at the entry to Franconia was a master of understatement. The sign warns 'a trip through the flume involves uphill walking and stairs. If I weren't so out-of-breath, hopefully from my cold, I might have counted the stairs. Just kidding. But my iPhone says I only climbed three flights of stairs, but I climbed 7 the day we visited Portland’s signal tower. I think my iPhone is broken.

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