Residence Inn Hanover Lebanon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... but she said Veetee routee fifteenee. Drove back through Montpelier - capital of Vermont. Very small town (village) but quite gorgeous, we walked around a bit, wanting arvo tea, saw a cafe that said 'closed' but when we asked she invited us in, sat us down and gave of coffee, tea, choc cake and apple pie. She kept letting more people in, yet it was well past closing time. American hospitality is real ...
... in winter. When in American Vermont we have to say VerMONT, not like Melbourne where we say VERmont. Got to get the emphasis on the right syllable! Had lunch next to a visitor information centre, there was a stall manned by volunteers from American Legion Auxiliary. There were sandwiches, bagels, fruit, hot cider, etc, all by donation. This is a cider making area, so we had some for ...
... with their heritage really love the English and everywhere we went people wanted to speak to us and invite us to various social gatherings and events. Paul one of the guys Lee met offered us the use of his speedboat for the day and invited us to use his house which was so generous of him. We set out in the boat and Lee proceeded to whip the children around the lake on the tubes. I was slightly nervous being safety conscious and told them stories about ...
... a meditation bench from my Dad's house that we'd been carrying with us and needed to deliver to my brother's house in Vermont. These were all safely hidden under a large blanket in the back, with two bottles of Roxyann wine (I almost forgot!!) from Oregon. Our route today was simply taking I-787 to Route 7 to Bennington, VT! We actually could have driven home without the Garmin, but "Alice" had been keeping us on track ...
... a lucky number. I am DONE!
Medical professionals agree that the treatment protocol I had, chemo>radiation>more chemo, was a tough one. My white counts and red blood cells and platelets have been chronically low>affecting my energy. And it’s mid-winter in New Hampshire. The temperature hovers below freezing. Often it’s below 0 F. The days are short and we count the ...