Days Inn Rutland/Killington Area
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... facility that I could not come there because I couldn't play one against the other. I finally spoke with my doctor but only after I had another doctor friend of his call him personally. Something's definitely wrong at the big house. They need reminding that their raison d'Ítre is to show care as they provide care. I certainly did not need that extra stress.
The happy ending is that ClearChoiceMD open 7 days a week from 8:00AM to 8:00PM is a great option. ...
... me to join him and his wife Aviva at their shared ski
house at Killington two weeks later I happily accepted, even though this was
turning out to be one of the coldest winter months on record.
Killington is located on the slopes of a mountain of the
same name in central Vermont and is probably the biggest ski complex in the
eastern United States. I skied at Killington once with Doug for a weekend around
a decade or more ago, but he’s become a regular ...
... donut for the road. From there, we hit the road and I drove all the way to NYC. We were en route as the sun came up. We stopped at Rite Aid in Fort Anne and then again at the New Baltimore service center before making our way down to ...
... was like an artist's palette of red, russet, yellow and copper, punctuated by evergreens. We passed Tupper Lake, where the sun was trying to break through the clouds, and the colorful line of trees was reflected, doubling the WOW factor! Reaching higher elevations we saw quaking aspen in the their golden glory. What enchanting scenery!
We were impressed with signs ...
... but via Route 7A still. Here we took a side trip to see Abraham Lincoln's son's, Robert Lincoln, family home - well preserved and well run, offering a viewing of his family home with its original furnishings. It had a sort of homely feel to it, not overly sophisticated.
Lastly into Manchester itself and a 'coffee and fag' stop in a bustling town replete with designer outlet shops and pricey, but very nice, outdoor clothing. No, we didn't buy. And finally the ...