Ruthcliffe Lodge

Address: 1002 Quarry Road, Isle La Motte, Vermont, 05463, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1002 Quarry Road, Isle La Motte, is near Hero's Welcome, Alburg Dunes State Park, and Chazy Yacht Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Isle La Motte

    Johnny New Jersey

    A travel blog entry by anah.gagnon on Jun 25, 2015

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    10:08am 63,000 lbs. (that's about 22.5 Mazda 3's). On our trip to Florida last summer we were 68,000 lbs. Jp says that when he used to drive a car carrier he would get up to 80,000 lbs. We were supposed to leave at 7. I was up at 5 like an exited puppy. Jp did paperwork ...

    Temporarily disabled

    A travel blog entry by rissassipa on Jun 24, 2015

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    ... in stock so they are going to pull one off a Dyna motorcycle that they have on the showroom floor to get us back up on the road again. Will have to get a new battery too. Not sure how much this is going to cost yet but it's all part of the glory of riding a Harley, right? We hope to catch up with our friends at Ben and Jerry's this afternoon, but if not we should be able to get to our stop in North Conway, NH by tonight. Wish us luck!!


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    The bumpy road

    A travel blog entry by mollohan on Jul 19, 2013

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    ... to pay for the more expensive Inn if need be or we could sleep in our nice dry van if worse came to worse). Inconvenient things were happening, not terrible things.

    So we ate our food and thanked God for it and counted our blessings. We headed back to our more than $25 a night, but leak proof roof over our head, crawled into our soft, warm beds and fell asleep to the sound of rain on the trees. Not such a terrible ending after all.

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    Leafpeeper

    A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Oct 07, 2011

    Leafpeeper: A tourist who travels to new england to see the changing colours of the fall leaves.

    The bus into Burlington arrived after dark, and I had done exactly zero research into where my hostel was to be found (this may explain my tendancy to get lost), so I spent a very cold 15 minutes or so deciding which way to walk. I first asked a pizza delivery guy stopped at the lights if he could direct me to main st, and ...

    Lake Champlain, Vermont

    A travel blog entry by jerry.sue on Jul 15, 2010

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    We crossed the border in Vermont on our way to the Lake Champlain Islands. It was a small little checkpoint but I have never been questioned so much about why we chose to cross there. We even had our luggage searched and our car rental agreement reviewed. I'm not sure why we looked so ...