Travel Blogs from Norwich
... away, BUT in winter, with all the snow, imagine all the winter sport that we could practice, and if you were bored.. Boston was only two hours away
I moved in with a family, The Smiths, i believe, i was lucky, i know people that moved to the states, and end up changing the family, cause they weren't nice.
I always felt like a member of the family, in the good and in the bad thing, i was only 15.
In October , we had the ¨apple picking ¨day, then Halloween, ...
... and were instrumental in conservation of woodstock. The las night ate at Max's tavern which was great. Spoke to a couple whose son was working at brown bros winery wangaratta and she said be was loving it. In fact, everyone we spoke to who had sons/daughters living and working in Australia were loving it and didn't want to return. I knew we lived I the best ...
... book from the organic growers of the region. We then started the tour. There was a lot to see so it took a while, this meant that we couldn't see Burlington. Oh well, next time. Drove home then fast way via the interstate and only took 1 hr 35 mins. Decided to eat at the Puerto Rico/Caribbean restaurant. Food and wine was amazing. Had 2 tapas, one like arrachini and the other was green banana ...
... Rules - no drinking in the rooms but we could buy a drink at the bar downstairs or drink water, coffee etc. for free. Got the bags up and went out for dinner at the Woodstock Inn and Resort's Tavern. It looked expensive but was quite okay. I had the crab cakes burger and Rod had fish and chips. Only 1 glass of wine each as it was expensive wine. Cost $67.00 for dinner. Drove back which wasn't far. Dinner at the woodstock inn and ...
... And she thought it was hysterical that a Peruvian (from the country) who lived in Boston just happened to stop by with his girlfriend when we were there – he was also very perplexed to find a place like this. Coming from five years in Washington, DC, I was like "oh, well, Peruvians aren't exactly a novelty in this country."
Peru is one of hundreds of tiny villages in Vermont. I’m a city boy now – by heart and by trade – so ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking