Killington Center Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Killington
... restaurant seems to be what Irvine's crew designed and put in place however, the menu items have changed somewhat. It was interesting to note that the menu featured a section, title Robert Irvine's recipes. I tried the vegetarian burrito which was huge and topped with a nice tomato sauce and melted cheese served with rice and refried beans. Although tasty, ...
... museums and my father building a big HO train set in the basement. After he moved to Oregon one of the first things he did (after Crater Lake) was to take us to the Medford Railroad Park. Now that the hotels are all booked, we started looking into "what to do" when we're not visiting a national park or historic site. Rafting on the Colorado is out. Turns out it's a 140 mile drive one-way from where we're staying at the Grand Canyon. I think 4,000+ miles of driving ...
... Line on account of I had to go with the experience of Gary Stevens. Missed it by one length. Hey, how about you just make a donation to our trip instead of betting on the horses next time okay?
In other news, Tioga Road, a.k.a. Rt 120 thru Yosemite is opening on May 4. This is good, it would be a very long way from Groveland to Lee Vining if we had to go AROUND Yosemite.
Well, I've fooled around with this way too long. Catch you next time.
... I suspect sometime around 8 AM on June 22. Speaking of jobs, we're trying to save as much money as we can. Darcy is a genius at getting the lowest hotel price possible. Between Priceline, Trip Advisor, Ebates and the hotels' own sites, she'll have five or six tabs open at the same time. Can you believe $38 a night at a Ramada Inn with breakfast and free ...
... back to Dr. Remen's book. One of Dr Remen's stories is about a courageous uncle who after saving lives as a medic in a fierce WWII battle was awarded a Medal of Honor for bravery under fire. She quotes him saying you can be both brave and afraid at the same time. "[A]nyone who wasn't afraid in situations like war was a fool and they don't give medals to people for being fools. That being brave does not mean being unafraid. It often means being afraid ...