Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Plattsburgh
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... an eternity. We arrived around 7.30 and grabbed some dinner.
We left the restaurant around 8.30 pm and at this stage we had no hotel booked for the night, no phone coverage, no detailed map to get us out of the maze that is the Adirondacks, it was dark and rain was pelting. For some reason our hangovers kicked in again.
We managed to get out of the area, find a major road ...
Had another great breakfast in the hotel. Different food this time as it included pancakes, sausage patties and good home fries.
We packed up and left around 9a. The weather was good, cloudy and a bit on the cool side. Driving through Vermont is just beautiful, saw lots of mountains. We can only imagine the sites when the leaves change ...
... we have encountered have had great experiences using that, but we haven't tried it. The Adirondacks try hard to look like mountains but mostly are large hills of hardwoods. The scattered lakes and rivers are pretty as are the large boulders strewn about by the glaciers from times past. By far the most scenic was around Lake Placid and North Pole all the way to Lake Champlain. Wet weather one night got us wet enough to hotel it for ...
... her to TJMaxx (REALLY good TJMaxx, btw!) and I bought her a fuzzy sweatshirt. Wanda gave me a tour of their property (golf links included). We had a really nice evening, watching Stanford football & ALCS, playing Apples to Apples, ping pong, pool and Madden xBox. We also called Sister Kelly and all talked with her --> FUN! Ate smoked baby back ribs, butternut squash, baked potatoes and local red wine "3 Blind Moose."
... The University was decent enough, as we did manage to see some it while we rode the free trolly/bus which is available to get around town, but I wouldn't really go out of my way to visit Burlington again. The waterfront was lackluster and in need of something to see or do....other than a boardwalk stretching along Lake Champlain. We were happy to return to the countryside in Stowe....back to our little, yuppy haven and the beautiful mountains and ...