Rodeway Inn Rutland
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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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 ...
... a separate classroom building where lessons occur and every item of kit known to man may be tried. We have both learnt so much and even got to try our new skills on the legendary Battenkill River
Her view of events:
Our trip "Upstate" was a long one - another 6 hours driving on fast highways. We had intended to walk over the Hudson River on the famous Boardwalk (more like a massive iron ...
... area for a long time. I want to go for another walk tonight before we leave tomorrow and tackle more locks. There is a lot of history here- Whitehall is the birthplace of the US Navy:
In 1759, Whitehall was settled in a valley at the southern end of Lake Champlain. This colonial town was founded by British Army Captain Philip Skene, and was originally known as Skenesboro. Skenesboro became the first settlement on Lake Champlain and was a center ...
... Crown Point and stopped overnight at Fort Ticonderoga. The winds were supposed to be from the south and then west, so we anchored above the Fort area to be protected. There was no wind at all in the end, we should have gone to the south anchorage.... as we passed it by the next day we saw it had a much better view. It was a very quiet sleep after the ferry stopped, and after the gazillion birds finished their convention in the trees nearby. ...