Hampton Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
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After a tour of the Gaspe Quebec Peninsula it was time to take the show out west. Brought the bike to the Harley Dealer in Plattsburgh, NY to be shipped to Seattle. Seattle being the location I shipped back from in 2010 after a 6,100 mile X-County trip mostly thru Canada. While ...
... in Vermont. They were just ordinary hard working people who tried to make something of their singing when they first came here from Austria but could never make enough to live on. They did meet a lot of people and make a lot of friends so they built their home in the Vermont mountains and had there friends visit often.
We finally went to Burlington where we ate supper at American Flatbread Pizza. It was delicious. We then went ...
... appears to also have more good restaurants and varied cuisines than might be expected for a city of its size. And Vermont has a good and growing beer culture (no, I don’t consider that an oxymoron) with many microbreweries.
Topping that all off is Burlington’s great physical location along the eastern shore of Lake Champlain with Vermont’s Green ...
... s second attraction is Shelburne Farms, a 1,400 are working farm, showcase of sustainable agriculture, and National Historic Landmark. Shelburne Farms was created during the Gilded Age of the late nineteenth century with some input from random Vanderbilts who picked landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted to guide the layout. When you see the main buildings on the farm, the barns and the inn, you can see the resemblance to other ...
... towards the river, which the main road parallels. You also have to hope theres somewhere to stop and look. North of Cambridge Junction on the VT-109 they came in quick succession, too many to stop for, and all the while with a backdrop of fabulous reds and yellows on the hills behind. After a while it becomes almost too much to take in, the colours are actually everywhere you look.
Mid-afternoon we stopped for a drink in an arty store in ...