Killington Center Inn & Suites
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... s a great cook but someone has to do it!
We chatted about New York after brekky and Penelope related some stories about growing up there and told us about the different neighbourhoods and their characteristics, becoming a little nostalgic at the same time. She said she had grown up to dislike two main things...landlords and pigeons!
Today we toured the nearby city of Rutland which is about the same size as Grafton ...
... to accompany John's specially marinated spare ribs and yummy potato salad. GG tried the raw marinade and after the steam stopped coming out of his ears and the colour returned to his face he gave it the seal of approval! John insisted that it settles down with cooking! (It did and was bloody beautiful!)
John fired up his "command centre" so GG could download several gigabytes of photos from his camera as a backup as the spare ribs barbecued away ...
Over the last two days we have been generously looked after by our wonderful American friends, John and Penelope. They live on 50+ acres in Shrewsbury, Vermont, a lovely rural community about five hours from New York City.
We boarded the train in NYC on Tuesday afternoon and arrived in Rutland (about 15 km from Shrewsbury) at 8:30 pm with John and Penelope waiting to pick us up. While here we have been staying at Smith Maple Crest Farm B&B, a quaint ...
So, after our morning walk to Emerald Lake we headed north and east to Woodstock. Brenda was keen (not VT) to get some real, farm made maple syrup and cheese. We passed about a hundred signs along the way offering each, also fine woodworking and inns of all sorts. We passed Killington, a big ski area. Very cool. This route, Hwy. 4 will be jam packed with ...
It turns out that Annick and Fabian, my Quebecer friends slept under the bridge that we planned to meet on today. I waited for a couple minutes, wondering from which direction they would approach the bridge, not considering underneath as an option. Funny way to start the day. We rode out of town six miles or so to the base of Middlebury Pass. We had to cross the Appalachians somehow, and we had heard that Middlebury is the most doable. The beginning of the climb, we were also ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking