Comfort Inn at Maplewood
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... the beauty of that.
At the Conway end of the trail we were give some great advice from the information centre about what to see and how to experience the National Park to the fullest given the weather. There were covered bridges, waterfalls, ponds, mountain views (albeit misty) and towards the end as the weather cleared, we walked the 'track to trail' along the river. The 'Track to Trail' is a section where the old railway lines ...
... points, test the brakes and then the train proceeds in the other direction to Springfield and on to New York. We keep heading south until we reach the coast near New Haven and then follow the coast to New York. At least I think that's what happens. The train today is quite full. Quite a lot of passengers got on at White a River Junction, the stop after ours, and then got off at either Brattleboro or Amherst. Now back at Springfield MA (where we got on the Vermonter ...
... to the Sugar House arriving at the right time as there weren't too many people at that time. Whilst we were there a long queue formed and there was a 20 minute wait for a table! We ordered a pancake each which was more than enough. We resisted a stack of 2 or 3 pancakes. The pancakes were quite thick, about 1 cm thick but they were as big as a dinner plate. Ian had a blueberry one and I had an apple and cinnamon one. After that Ian and I ...
Today Lin took another day off from school to show us more of Vermont. We headed west over to Rochester first so that we could meet Lin's sister Sue. It was lovely to meet her and now we have met the whole family except for her brother Paul from Florida. We then drove north through the Granville Gulf to again join Interstate 89 to Burlington. The Gulf is the American name for a river valley or a ravine. Burlington is on the shores of ...
... chocolate). Jesse did suggest he would have a Vermonster which cost $34 and is huge. Its big enough to be shared by at least 6 people. Fortunately, he was joking. After that we visited Cabot's Cheese Shop which sells some very tasty cheeses and Danforth Pewter. These are 2 more local tourist attractions. Then home down Interstate 89 - the freeway that connects Montreal and ...