The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant
Travel Blogs from Manchester
... Vermont and visited Woodstock a very neat town with heaps of beautiful old buildings. We also visited Billings Farm and Museum, a living museum of Vermont's rural past as well as a working dairy farm.
We then set out for Ludlow and got caught in a storm for a while. It was very windy and the rain came in sheets. Mike did well to keep the coach on the road.
We stayed at the Jackson Gore Hotel, a ski resort for the Okema ski field. Very nice hotel.
... B for the night. Mind, the really rich were unwinding in the hallowed halls of a much servanted abode up the road awash with white columns, knickerbockered valets parking their european cars and hot and cold waiters running for every need. But we were happy with our little ray of aesthetic delight regardless.
Had a little trouble getting in somewhere for dinner as the place was lousy with people in town to see the autumn colours and ...
... colonial buildings made it a must-see.
Arriving once again to our destination after night-fall; 3 for 3, I was very excited to find a campsite right on the banks of the Battenkill River. By this time we have become experts on setting up camp and getting dinner cooked. We have fallen into a reverse-gender set-up routine of Wendy setting up the tent and me cooking dinner. Ever since the first night fiasco of finding out ...
After another big sleep in this morning, Cathy kindly offered to take us for a drive after lunch to Vermont, a state over from New York State.
We went to a little town called Bennington. Absolutely gorgeous as the trees are starting to turn to fall colours. It would be spectacular when all the trees have turned to fall colour.
We went up into the Bennington Tower which overlooks the township and far into the distant. Gorgeous gorgeous place and oh so ...
Over the last two days we have been generously looked after by our wonderful American friends, John and Penelope. They live on 50+ acres in Shrewsbury, Vermont, a lovely rural community about five hours from New York City.
We boarded the train in NYC on Tuesday afternoon and arrived in Rutland (about 15 km from Shrewsbury) at 8:30 pm with John and Penelope waiting to pick us up. While here we have been staying at Smith Maple Crest Farm B&B, a quaint ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility