Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWoodstock Inn, Station & Brewery North Woodstock
Muy buen ambiente y servicio. La comida está en la media de la comida americana, es decir, mucha cantidad y calidad media.... sin destacar
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TripAdvisor Reviews Woodstock Inn, Station & Brewery North Woodstock
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Helloooooooo. Un año después de mi último post viajero volvemos a la aventura! Nos ponemos las botas y la mochila y nos disponemos a visitar un nuevo lugar en el mundo. Este año toca la costa este de EE.UU. (para ser exactos, la costa noreste, que las vacaciones no nos han dado para más). Además de una amplia proporci …
... around with childish excitement, Tuukka included.
This included a visit to the little gift shop, look out terrace and a glance at the weather station.
The return trip down was a little anti-climactic as we were somewhat prepared for the road conditions, and welcomed the climate change from low 30's back to the warm 80s!
If you get the chance, get up there and visit the summit. It'll be an experience I won't forget and am pretty sure you won't either
... the way up, we started to notice small patches of snow and ice that remained on the ground. Being late April and actually fairly warm, we were a bit surprised but pleased at the novelty - to the extent that we took a photo of Nay holding a chunk of icy snow. This seemed pretty funny on our way back down, since by the top of the trail we were walking on thick snow and feeling grateful for the layers of clothing we’d worn. It took an hour to reach the top and it ...
... ordered bubbly water.
The next day was a long drive to Quebec, about 500 kms, so we asked Rosie to take us on the most direct rowt. We were expecting a bit of snow so we didn't want to dawdle. That's a word I haven't heard for a while. We had to go through Canadian Immigration and heard all sorts of stories how difficult it could be. With only one car in front of us and 30 seconds later we're through so I needed to start to work on my French accent as Quebec is ...
... under starry skies and spent the night at the budget motel, The Blue Spruce. Tomorrow, we planned to: pick up the CRV, take Surly back to the bike shop for an adjustment, then drive 130 miles retracing our mountain route to Lincoln, NH to resume the trek!