Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Plattsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... making class at South End Kitchens owned by Lake Champlain Chocolates in Burlington. I signed us up online for the afternoon class. It was one hour and the best fun. Oh, and we each came home with four large chocolate bars that we made ourselves. If you are going to Burlington, you will love this activity! Check out the photos. http://southendkitchenvt.com/
Thank you Healing Winds for the lovely invitation and sailing trip. It was the ...
Village at The Henry Ford in that buildings and objects were moved from other
locations to this site except here all of them are from Vermont. In addition, they are used to house Electra
Havermayer Webb’s collection of Americana rather than being staged to reflect
the era in which they were built.
Electra founded the museum specifically for this purpose in the late 1950s
Almost all of our accommodations have some element of outside space, and in turn, most of these are equipped with what we now recognise as a staple of the local furniture industry - adirondack chairs - we have taken a liking to them, but are struggling to fit a pair in the car.
In the last couple of weeks, we have principally continued our ...
It's been a bit since the last post from Erie Canal but here's a summary. We went across the southern shore of Lake Ontario, through the Adirondacks and are now on the shore of Lake Champlain looking at Vermont. Stopped at an Ice Cream Social in a small town and socialized well with some fans of bicycles and touring. They are part of an organization that volunteers to host touring cyclist. The "match" is done through warm showers.org. A number ...
... Mountains, we continually see road signs warning us about the dangers of moose -- which apparently have a tendency to wander across the roadway. It's a bit disconcerting to see signs that say: "Moose Crossing, Next 8 Miles." WTF? I saw a moose up close last summer in Alaska (Denali National Park) and the thing freaked me out; it was like a giraffe! So the thought of a moose appearing in my lane makes me think about evasive techniques on ...