Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites White River Junction
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Travel Blogs from White River Junction
Today was a catch your breath and take stock day. We were met at our lodgings by Penelope who gave us each a copy of her book of short stories. We chatted for a while and then adjourned to their place for one of John's culinary treats, crepes with coconut milk and other secret ingredients (not to mention one of Vermont's claims to fame, fine maple syrup!) with slabs of smoked bacon, washed down by cappuccinos. It's a hard life having a ...
... who used to sing and play guitar in New York clubs and who made GG drool with stories about her Martin guitars! Later, we were ushered into the august presence of J&P's pussycat, Mr Lacey, who, as pampered pusses go, is up there with the best of them and who, we are reassured, returns all the affection heaped upon him with interest! John, with his usual degree of engagement with any topic, has psychoanalysed Mr Lacey and relates some absorbing tales of ...
... got to meet Lacey, the cat (or rather, "Mr Lacey"). Mr Lacey was taken in by J & P about three years ago when he wandered out of the forest. He is a little skittish with strangers but with time he seemed to thaw out and allow us to scratch his back and, sort of, make friends.
Some half a dozen or so horses graze on the property and there are many wild apple trees and a pear tree growing near the house. Apples from these trees are to be picked to make ...
... full of leaf oglers in 2 or 3 more weeks. they are just starting to turn. Still very beautiful even at this stage. We arrived at Woodstock, only to find out it's not the Wdstk of hippy fame. How did I not know that?? After five minutes it didn't matter. this place is wonderful, my kind of town. We walked around touristing and then drove out of town to ...
... Too bad, because we spent an hour looking for a room without luck. Who would have thought we would not be able to find a room on a Tuesday night in September. After making about 6 phone calls we found a place 30 minutes away. Getting a bit dark, so we programmed in the hotel destination in the GPS. Another rule about long road trips. The GPS often takes you on roads that are not always the quickest or best ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services