Heart of the Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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Welcome to vrrrmont, it's like brr... but with a v. Vrrrmont. First stop Ben and Jerry's factory in Waterbury! Second... Magic hat brewery in Burlington. It wasn't open for tours on Wednesdays so we just gave ourself a self tour and sampled some beers. Kodi's cousin met us and took us around Church Street in downtown butlington. Since we didn't ...
... the next tour. Info given by tour guide was overwhelming, but we understood his clapping of hands to hurry us up!! Lowering the flag at 5 pm with taps sent chills down our spine. A quick stop at Walmart was needed, but we were always in the wrong lane. Sis Terry text messaged me and wondered why we were going in circles!!! She follows us on Apple's Find a Friends app! Eventually we got back to camp in the dark, but ...
... The inn was booked for the weekend, but they urged us to camp, free of charge, on the Carriage House lawn. Dan said he has been trying to get listed on the ACA bike maps as a free, cross country cyclist's camping location. Michelle showed Maura the deluxe bathroom/shower/sauna facilities in the Carriage House lower level that we were to use. The Browns ...
After a tour of the Gaspe Quebec Peninsula it was time to take the show out west. Brought the bike to the Harley Dealer in Plattsburgh, NY to be shipped to Seattle. Seattle being the location I shipped back from in 2010 after a 6,100 mile X-County trip mostly thru Canada. While ...
... opened a mountain inn on a hill above Stowe in 1950. Maria then wrote an autobiography of which the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical and 1965 movie with Christopher Plummer and Julie Andrews are fictionalized accounts. The current Trapp Family Lodge replaced the original inn after it burned down in 1980 and is still owned by members of the Von Trapp family. The lodge even offers Trapp Family History stay and tour packages.