Killington Center Inn & Suites
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... you what you want". She was a great start to our day. For me the Wild Maine Blueberry Pancakes are a treat to enjoy once or twice a year. We headed North along the Hudson River (it is not really a river), then crossing it and heading for Vermont. Soon we were into rolling hills with bare trees and farm land in between the hills. The roads a rarely straight and often bumpy. We begin to see Vermont Maple Gifts before we even reach the state line. Eventually we see the "Entering ...
... and were instrumental in conservation of woodstock. The las night ate at Max's tavern which was great. Spoke to a couple whose son was working at brown bros winery wangaratta and she said be was loving it. In fact, everyone we spoke to who had sons/daughters living and working in Australia were loving it and didn't want to return. I knew we lived I the best ...
Breakfast time and was blown away by breakfast. Firstly, organic hand made yoghurt with a pumpkin purée in the centre with pecans and a bit of granola but the best part was the little drops of cider reduction, a bit like vino cotto, but apples. I am so going to try to make this back home. It was amazing. Secondly, baked oatmeal from 12 grains, organic of course, topped with his own ...
... stop as it showcased the religion and how it got started. We took a guided tour which was the best, as the guide lived there since 1959 and was schooled at town but grew up with the shakers. He was also a teacher of history, which I quite understood why. The gift shop was great and finally bought the sewing group their gifts. A tea cup patch filled with aromatics, perfect when they sip their tea. Bonus it was on $3.45 and no tax ...
... Walter. After a hearty cabin breakfast – during which I wore a previously acquired Vermont flannel shirt so as to make our breakfast somehow more authentically Vermontish – we started driving towards Manchester.
It was a Sunday. Our first stop was a farmer’s market in Dorset, located along the country road just outside of Manchester. It was your typical overpriced farmer’s market fare (or rather, it was reasonably priced ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking