BEST WESTERN Inn & Suites Rutland/Killington

Address: 5 Best Western Pl, Rutland, Vermont, 05701, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5 Best Western Pl, Rutland, is near Wilson Castle, Vermont Marble Museum, Pond Hill Ranch and Pro Rodeo, and Hubbardton Battlefield.
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    Travel Blogs from Rutland

    To Maggie and Brian's cottage.

    A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Oct 10, 2015

    7 photos

    Drove straight up to Maggie and Brian's cottage in northern Vermont. Sun shining brightly but deceptively - it was 4deg. The cottage is right on the shore of Echo Lake ( not the same one we saw yesterday - that was south). M & B come here from Montreal, takes about 2 & half hours. The cottage is really rustic, uneven flours, archaic plumbing etc, but so charming. There is a bucket in the middle of ...

    North to Vermont.

    A travel blog entry by vbbennie on Oct 09, 2015

    12 photos

    As our hotel was in the city, we walked around the corner to buy fresh muffins and Graeme bought a decent coffee. Called Italian coffee here - but called American coffee in Italy (we were in Italy 5 years ago). What happened to Melbourne coffee? Drove a beautiful route north from Springfield through Hadley, Sunderland and Millers Falls. Farmland with New England timber houses either side ...


    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 27, 2015

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... at least part of the way. What we did not know was that there was a community walk in aid of Suicide Prevention and thousands of people were crammed on to the bridge ready for the start. Instead we crossed by car but did get a good look at the edifice as we drove over the river.

    As we gained elevation, the colour of the leaves started to change - promise of things to come. Autumn is late this ...

    Entering the Champlain Canal system: Whitehall

    A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Sep 03, 2015

    17 photos

    ... trade. Captain Skene built saw mills, grist mills and an iron foundry, where trade can be documented from that time.The Revolutionary War caused the capture of Skene's trading schooner and the building of a fleet by Benedict Arnold at this place. Because of the Revolutionary War actions, the New York State Legislature, in 1960, declared the legacy that names Whitehall as the Birthplace of the United States Navy. The Whitehall harbor also produced ships ...

    Fort Ticonderoga anchorage

    A travel blog entry by lorisusanbeck on Sep 02, 2015

    11 photos

    Lake Champlain got more narrow as the day progressed. The scenery was beautiful, but it's such a shame the last few days have been smoggy. Apparently this is not normal even for hot humid days- the fogginess is being blamed on the smoke in the air from the fires in Washington. Not long into our journey we passed the deepest part of the lake- we saw over 400 feet. A big difference from Mako's usual sailing area!! We wound down past the ...