Holiday Inn Plattsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that had been a gun battery during the War of 1812, and as I explained the significance of this, as well as Ethan Allen's attack on Fort Ticonderoga during the Revolution, it gave me the chance to talk about the two wars the United States fought with England during the early days of the union. He was interested and asked some good questions, which is noteworthy only that Alex generally seems interested in math and science, but ...
Mallett's Bay is located on the 40 mile Island Line Trail. We biked about 12 miles of this beautiful, well maintained trail that includes waterfront and parks which connects Burlington to South Hero Island. A large portion of this trail is a former Rutland Railroad railbed (stopped running in the 1960s) which includes a very long causeway across Malletts Bay. Many people were out riding on this beautiful sunny ...
Malletts Bay is a popular vacation spot with campgrounds and four big marinas. We chose Champlain Marina because Linda and Brian on Splashdown (met in Sorel) stayed here 21 days and really liked it. The cruise across the lake was beautiful even though it was hazy and breezy. ...
When we last left off, the shore of western Vermont was in sight. Since then we crossed Vermont to stay at a small lake called Ricky's Pond. It was a nice woodsy park with quiet neighbors. The nice treat was to have loons calling all night. Evoked lots of memories in addition to being entertaining. The Green Mountains of Vermont were more rugged than the Adirondacks. Lauren's father practiced medicine in these mountains with ...
We drove the rest of the way in 90 minutes, and swapped our car at the airport. With the time now close to 6 pm local we decided to go to downtown and eat at a local restaurant and try to catch the opening ceremonies of the Olympics. What we didn't expect was to find a bustling restaurant row, about 4 blocks long filled with indoor and outdoor venues, live bands and general mayhem. It was inordinately fun, and a great ...