La Quinta Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... suggested Stewart's, so to Stewart's we headed. Assuming it was a restaurant, we were surprised to learn that it was a gas station, and a very busy one at that. This was like the local gathering hot spot. We bought our Stouffer's lasagna, our chili dogs and our sub sandwich and finally sat down to dinner at 10 pm.
I have to say that this was one of those moments. It had been such an amazing day of relaxing in the sun and ...
... 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 ...
... was something a grownup like myself would find interesting. I actually found Shelburne Museum to be fascinating and thoroughly enjoyed myself during the half day I spent wandering around the grounds and checking out the contents of its many little museum buildings.
After the museum I stopped for some samples at Shelburne Vineyards. A winery on the shores of Lake Champlain in northern Vermont – imagine that! And they make wine ...
... my surprise he gave me a blank look and said "no." I eventually stopped some nice girls who directed me to the city centre and managed to find where I was supposed to be. The quietest and dullest hostel in all of America. I might point out here that the hostel in the US are not even close to the quality of Europe, they are also very difficult to find, and often booked solid for days and weeks in advance. I'm thinking of going ...