Von Trapp'S Hunger Mountain Inn

129 Maple Street, Waterbury Center, Vermont, 05677, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 129 Maple Street, Waterbury Center, is near Cold Hollow Cider Mill, Rock of Ages Quarry, Green Mountain National Golf Course, and Green Mountain Club.
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Travel Blogs from Waterbury Center

Leaf-ing New Hampshire

A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 07, 2014

65 photos

... came back to the inn and ate dinner here at the Village Tavern. We got a $10 credit to use there since their breakfast restaurant is closed on Wednesday and Thursday I guess due to staffing issues in the off season.


It is supposed to start raining tonight and all day tomorrow. Mom's bed is right by the open window so she asked me to wake her if it starts to rain. I told her I will make sure i video her getting soaked first. ...

"Autumn almanac" The Kinks

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 07, 2014

3 comments, 4 photos

... until we called in Michael's (true) and Steph treated herself to a new fabric cutter. Route 7 took us out of Rutland, northwards towards Burlington alongside Lake Champlain. It's a slow route, 55mph max, but littered with beautiful "leaf peeping" opportunities. We are now becoming quite blasť about leaf colour (color!). Brandon was a soup stop and then upwards to the Shelburne Museum, one of the nation's finest museums according to ...

Burlington

A travel blog entry by judy.ohalloran on Oct 04, 2014

1 photo

... and managed to get the recipe for the tasty, smokey beans we have had here! Crossed the border into the USA past the arrogant, rude, most unfriendly guard you could ever imagine! We spent some time contemplating where they could find such people in this land of mainly such kind and hospitable people. We decided they must train them that way.
Drove the short distance to Burlington, a neat, ...

Touring Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory

A travel blog entry by nodak on Sep 29, 2014

8 photos

... covered caramel chunks - YUMMY!! We also visiting the Flavor Graveyard before continuing our journey. After leaving the factory, we really started seeing some wonderful colors. Being in the mountains and the lack of moisture recently made the colors so vivid. Perfect timing for the best color. You will see in some of the photos that we really couldn't have timed it any better. Our final destination was Albany, NY. ...

Colchester to Keene

A travel blog entry by hcason on Sep 27, 2014

32 photos

... s not the music Woodstock) it used to be the Capital of Vermont before it was moved to Montpelier. It had a covered bridge which is a feature of this area of the country ( The bridges have a roof to protect them from the ice and snow.). The town has some very beautiful "clapboard" buildings and has a very old fashioned look. It probably costs a lot to live here because it looks a model heritage town. Vermont is almost completely covered in forest and they are all turning beautiful ...