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Travel Blogs from Hartland
... which seems a lot bigger. Penelope pointed out some local landmarks whilst we toured around picking up bits and pieces for the nights culinary experience and some other stuff. One store we visited (Penelope was determined to try and find me a hat to replace the one I lost in Glasgow) was a local sporting goods store. Something we wouldn't see in Australia was rack after rack of camouflage gear, from waders to jackets hats and even ...
... Penelope, my long time correspondents here for a wonderful country breakfast prepared by Donna, the proprietor of the quaint B&B. Of course one couldn't come to Vermont without having pancakes with Maple syrup there was bacon and muffins all preceded by a lovely bowl of fruit, strawberries, rockmelon, kiwi fruit - you get the idea - great way to start the day!
We went back to John and Penelope's place, a rustic farmhouse which I'll call ...
Over the last two days we have been generously looked after by our wonderful American friends, John and Penelope. They live on 50+ acres in Shrewsbury, Vermont, a lovely rural community about five hours from New York City.
We boarded the train in NYC on Tuesday afternoon and arrived in Rutland (about 15 km from Shrewsbury) at 8:30 pm with John and Penelope waiting to pick us up. While here we have been staying at Smith Maple Crest Farm B&B, a quaint ...
... full of leaf oglers in 2 or 3 more weeks. they are just starting to turn. Still very beautiful even at this stage. We arrived at Woodstock, only to find out it's not the Wdstk of hippy fame. How did I not know that?? After five minutes it didn't matter. this place is wonderful, my kind of town. We walked around touristing and then drove out of town to ...
... the warmest part of the day is the last couple of hours. By the time we reached Gorham at the top of the White Mountains, the sun came out which made for great riding. Hardly any traffic on the roads as it is low tourist season for the area. When we made it Lincoln, which was our end goal for the day we decided to continue on to a place called Lebanon. Looking at the maps we went route 118 through ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed