Von Trapp'S Hunger Mountain Inn

Address: 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

Better train than plane

A travel blog entry by judithdirving on Jan 28, 2015

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Although it took 11 hours to get from DC to Randolph, it was A LOT better than flying since we would still be waiting for our flight today I bet. We scooted out of DC just as THE BIGGEST STORM EVER was coming in. Didn't really see much snow at all on the way up but Amtrack did cancel all northbound trains the next day.
So you know how the train goes - sway sway, choo choo, read, sleep, eat, stand up and stretch - repeat. But it was a bit surprising ...

Vermont cooks!

A travel blog entry by tslatta on Oct 14, 2014

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... the next tour. Info given by tour guide was overwhelming, but we understood his clapping of hands to hurry us up!! Lowering the flag at 5 pm with taps sent chills down our spine. A quick stop at Walmart was needed, but we were always in the wrong lane. Sis Terry text messaged me and wondered why we were going in circles!!! She follows us on Apple's Find a Friends app! Eventually we got back to camp in the dark, but ...

Our last day .

A travel blog entry by sunny17 on Apr 04, 2014

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... the dark. This was only two streets from our condo. Out of the woods the first crossed the road, Larissa slowed right down and signalled the oncoming car that was that he too should stop. The second leaped across but much slower than the first shocking the drivers even more. The second had just reached the shoulder and ran into darkness to catch up to the first. As we and oncoming traffic started to proceed ...

In Search of the Elusive Burlington Coat Factory

A travel blog entry by garylesser on Sep 28, 2012

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... of landholder William Gilliland, who came to the area before the Revolutionary War.

We cross I-87, and head for Lake Champlain. We turn south, toward Port Henry, and ride across the lake over a newly constructed bridge, entering Vermont. The original Crown Point Bridge opened to traffic in 1929, but was closed due to safety concerns in October 2009, and taken down by explosive demolition on December 28, 2009. The new bridge opened in November 2011. ...

Montpelier - Capital of Quaint

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 21, 2012

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... green hills rather than soaring peaks with highest elevations in the Green Mountains considerably lower than those in New York’s Adirondacks or New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Montpelier is an attractive little town, but I didn’t spend enough time exploring it beyond the State House to do it justice. It was just too hot a day to spend much time outdoors walking ...