Travel Blogs from Bennington, United States

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A VERY long drive, rain, pretty trees and bad food, Bennington County, United States travel blog

A VERY long drive, rain, pretty trees and bad food

A travel blog entry by lizzel

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... fall leaves turning on the trees and the Green Mountains are beautiful because of it. I got very excited over some covered bridges in Bennington, we ate dirty food in a redneck diner and some not so great Mexican food in Manchester Center. So far so ...

Fall Foliage II, Bennington, United States travel blog

Fall Foliage II

A travel blog entry by shaanandkate

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... we woke up and of course had breakfast.  We checked out (so soon!  too soon!) and did some hiking around some Bennington trails.  We also picked apples.  We were very New England. We also stopped at Target on our way back into the ...

Monuments, Museums, Hayrides and More, Bennington, Vermont, United States travel blog

Monuments, Museums, Hayrides and More

A travel blog entry by dgoff

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We had breakfast and then climbed aboard the bus heading towards the Bennington Battle Monument. The monument is in honor of Brigadier General John Stark who defeated British General John Burgoyne’s invading army in 1777.  The Monument is 306 ...

Maybe you can get a sense of my insanity, Bennington, United States travel blog

Maybe you can get a sense of my insanity

A travel blog entry by kellyinkenya

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... have to run to a meeting with their class to introduce them to the play, chat, answer questions, etc. Again, thank you for your patience- and if you are going to be in the Bennington, VT area on May 6 and/or 7 at 8pm, you should come and see the ...

Rain and road trip, Bennington, Vermont, United States travel blog

Rain and road trip

A travel blog entry by dgoff

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... with the smells of scented candles and tasty Vermont goodies, the mums decorating the landscape were gorgeous.  Finally arrived in Bennington, Vermont and checked into the Hampton Inn. Very nice hotel. We went to dinner at a local country club, ...

Back to the cold, Bennington, United States travel blog

Back to the cold

A travel blog entry by kellyinkenya

Well, I made it. It was an extremly long journey and I am quite a bit jetlagged, but i'm here at school with most of my stuff- though the bag from Kenya is still in England, two days later, hopefully it is on its way over now. They will bring it right ...

Day 99: Wilbur Clearing to Harmon Hill, Harmon Hill, United States travel blog

Day 99: Wilbur Clearing to Harmon Hill

A travel blog entry by robconr

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Howdy! Big day today with lots of happenings so I hope that you will stick with me! I'm camped out with a bunch of high school cross country skiers, and it's been pretty funny listening to them chat about high school stuff. That couldn't be more distant ...

Easy riding to Margerittaville., Bennington, United States travel blog

Easy riding to Margerittaville.

A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014

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... drizzle to speak of, and we arrived at our night's stop dry and in good spirits. We are at the Oft's B&B in Bennington, a 100 year old family home, very authentically refurbished, and have just had a superb meal in a family run cafe/restaurant just ...

So many trees so much to see, Bennington, United States travel blog

So many trees so much to see

A travel blog entry by ramblinrecks

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After we get set up we left for some sightseeing we went to the town of Bennington there we saw Robert Frost's grave, the Old First Church, which is Vermont's Colonial Shrine, built in 1762 and is the first Protestant church. Then we drove down the road ...

Stopped @ 3 pm @ Bennington VT, Bennington, United States travel blog

Stopped @ 3 pm @ Bennington VT

A travel blog entry by jimonthewayhome

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Finding the Fall Color, Bennington, United States travel blog

Finding the Fall Color

A travel blog entry by likakana82

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We departed Salem ready to make the drive to Bennington, VT - home of Norman Rockwell, and burial place of Robert Frost. First we had some stops to make along the way. Our first adventure was a walk through Minute Man National Historical Park, where we ...

Hiking and North Bennington, North Bennington, United States travel blog

Hiking and North Bennington

A travel blog entry by cblake3493

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... to the State. A hail storm came through Bennington while we were at the mansion.  It was so much hail that we initially thought it was snow but wondered how that could be.  We stopped at Bennington Potters.  We watched pottery being ...

Stop off at Bennington before heading to Shelburne, Bennington, United States travel blog

Stop off at Bennington before heading to Shelburne

A travel blog entry by kd91

... in there from the man who used to do many of the Saturday Evening Post covers. Then we headed up north and stopped off at Bennington for some lunch. We passed so many places that looked like they had come straight out of the movies, like Sleepy Hollow and ...

Molly Stark Trail, Bennington, United States travel blog

Molly Stark Trail

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

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... . Not a good decision. The path is uninteresting, the woods are dank and dark and the waterfall just too far away. We return and join once more Route 7 back to Bennington . Dinner tonight at Hunter's Steakhouse. Good, but unexceptional. ...

Up at 0400 hours, and on the road by 0440 hours!, Bennington, United States travel blog

Up at 0400 hours, and on the road by 0440 hours!

A travel blog entry by sanditravel

... Rude drivers, tailgating; Larry was almost rear-ended.  And my "eagle" was flying! But, we survived! Got to very picturesque Bennington, VT at about 1545 hours.  Sunny and nice out.  Beautiful day all around.  Had about 2 seconds worth ...

Lots of history, Benninton, United States travel blog

Lots of history

A travel blog entry by jarm

... in Vermont. We continued our history lesson at the Bennington Museum where we saw: Grandma  Moses Art The oldest Bennington Flag ever flown Military articles Vermont furniture and early American art and lots of other painting, etc, ...

To the Berkshires, Bennington, United States travel blog

To the Berkshires

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

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... of the Mohawk Trail (more on this later) and take Route 7 into the State of Vermont . Our destination this evening is Bennington and the Molly Stark Inn.   We have booked this B & B on the internet. It seemed that whenever ...

Bennington, Bennington, United States travel blog

Bennington

A travel blog entry by scrabubbly

Bennington Museum, Dinner at Carmody's Tavern (wonderful), Bennington Battle Monument ...

Afternoon kayaking on Cunningham Lake, Cunningham Lake, United States travel blog

Afternoon kayaking on Cunningham Lake

A travel blog entry by debhoffnung

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Reaching the most northern states, Bennington, United States travel blog

Reaching the most northern states

A travel blog entry by jaguardriving

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... for lunch with direct view on the river. After lunch, we crossed the Hudson and following the North Taconic Parkway, not accessible for commercial vehicles, we reached Bennington in the Southwest corner of Vermont, our home for the next two nights.  ...

another day on the interstate, Bennington, United States travel blog

another day on the interstate

A travel blog entry by barbarabean

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I have E-Z pass this year.  What a wonderful invention.  I have taken a vacation from the interstate for a while.  Unfortunately that means my phone has poor service.  I am on the Inn's. Internet so I can send this.  I will be ...

more interstate, Bennington, United States travel blog

more interstate

A travel blog entry by barbarabean

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More interstate.  I have E-Zero pass this year.  It is wonderful, why didn't I do this sooner. I am taking a vacation from the interstate for a while.  Unfortunately that means poor cellular service.  I will get to Kathryn's tomorrow ...

Small Town Massachusetts, Bennington, United States travel blog

Small Town Massachusetts

A travel blog entry by okikuta

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A little bit of everything as we travelled across Massachusetts today.  Showed Dad our previous locations of employment and living in Framingham and Worcester.  Then to Springfield for the Basketball Hall of Fame. Headed north to the beautiful ...

Beautiful day, Bennington, United States travel blog

Beautiful day

A travel blog entry by barbarabean

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It is the season of 1000 shades of green. I am finally off of the interstate and on smaller roads. Tomorrow I am going to explore the "Shires' tomorrow. Since the pollen level is high, I probably will not be doing any ...

No Colours, Bennington County, United States travel blog

No Colours

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc

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... 3 very nice covered bridges as well as the Bennington War Memorial which is a 306 feet tall and commemorates the Battle of Bennington during the American Revolutionary War. There is an elevator inside to save walking the 421 steps. It is the 6th tallest ...

Around Bennington, Bennington, United States travel blog

Around Bennington

A travel blog entry by mmbcross

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... a palace in itself.   We continue down a dirt road to the river to cross another covered bridge and reenter Bennington by way of a lovely residential area surrounding the war memorial. No ordinary monument, this 305 foot column (the tallest ...

Vermont, Bennington, United States travel blog

Vermont

A travel blog entry by ahartry

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A Place for the winter of 2014, Bennington, United States travel blog

A Place for the winter of 2014

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth

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Wow!! Incredible village in a great ...

A Day To Wander in Bennington, Bennington, United States travel blog

A Day To Wander in Bennington

A travel blog entry by agbucks

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... route that passed through here, followed by the early European settlers. Then in the mid 1800 s the railway arrived and Bennington became a passenger and freight hub. Later road travel superseded rail travel to such an extent that passenger train services ...

Vermont, Bennington, United States travel blog

Vermont

A travel blog entry by danbren

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... read that that the Green Mountain Boys, ion August 16, 1777, helped defeat Gen. Burgoyne's army in the Battle of Bennington. Shortly before, Vermont had declared itself a sovereign state, only later joining the new American Republic. So much for "laid ...

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