Brass Lantern Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Went skiing with the Reidy's and their cousins. Jay Peak is definitely a must on a skiers list. Some sweet glade skiing for novices. Packed powder. 25 degrees. Barely a breeze. A couple of quads and a tram bought you to the top. Sitting on the Canadian border in northern Vermont, it's quite remote making for small lift lines. It was a four hour ride but the ride back was a bit more interesting with the impending ...
... came to be. With the close proximity to local dairy farms, the location was the perfect place for the company to get local ingredients. The tour was thankfully concluded with a tasting of their delicious Strawberry Shortcake flavor.
Might I just take a moment to add here now and go into detail about the very sorry fishing team that we made. First off, there is a law in Vermont that bans felt bottom boots to be used since ...
... Inn is no Aysgarth Station or Riverside Inn. The cheery man who checks us in is no Jayne, Steve or Ken. However, we have a rear deck facing the lawn, miniature golf on tap, and – most importantly – AMC. This means we can watch the Breaking Bad finale tomorrow night. This scores big brownie points on the Fletche hotel-o-meter.
As we’ve arrived ahead of schedule, we decide to go for ...
... the bus day as per the rotation and the ones at the back did see a large moose, but we weren't so lucky. Did see a wild turkey.
Last night there was 3 to 4" of snow on Mt Washington down to the 4000ft level (very visible). A cog railway goes up at 37 degrees and very ...
Named after a small city in southern France, Montpelier is one of smallest state capital cities in one of smallest states. The Vermont State House is also one of the smallest state capitol buildings I've visited across the country, fitting for Vermont where virtually everything is miniature – the towns are small, the farms are small, and even the mountains are rather small, ...