La Quinta Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews La Quinta Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
Travel Blogs from Plattsburgh
Set off bright and early on glorious sunny but chilly day and drove south west on a dead straight freeway for two hours. Only saving grace was the colourful scenery, the leaves all colours from green to yellow to red to brown to purple! We then went off onto smaller roads and followed Lake Champlain down over bridges and islands - so pretty. Stopped at a typical diner and had a huge breakfast-like meal ...
... to shop for alcohol because this state doesn't have any extra tax, everywhere else we have been up to now the price on the goods has always been plus tax. You never seem to know what the cost is going to be because each has it's own taxes that they add on at the end. It's a bit like VAT but not as well organised. The other thing we have noticed is that just about everywhere is getting decorated for Halloween, everywhere has loads of pumpkins and corn stalkes outside their doors and ...
... years ago. Dave had with him a photo of my mother from that trip so we posed for an update. Under sunny skies we made it to Brunswick Maine and the first site of the Atlantic. Quite a nice moment actually, even though it was not a destination when I started. Just short of Brunswick I also hit the 4000 mile mark for this trip. Another nice moment. Tomorrow we will go up the coast a bit before turning around and heading for ...
... was nice to look out over a field with all different varieties of wildflowers blowing in the breeze.
Our next stop was the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory where we toured the factory and saw how they make their jointed Teddy Bears. This was a fun stop and we were able to pick out Teddy Bears for each of our girls however because of the cost of them they are only going to get them in pictures.
Next we went to the town ...
... out to a restaurant called Outback which is a chain we had tried in Florida that did really good steak and the most amazing bread, but it turned out it didn't open until 4pm on Fridays, so instead we drove back to the hotel, dropped off the car, and walked to a Japanese restaurant called Asiana House. It was very good, with very generous portions, though not quite as good as Rio And You in New York!
We then ...