The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant Manchester
Travel Blogs from Manchester
... t completely missed the fall leaves turning on the trees and the Green Mountains are beautiful because of it. I got very excited over some covered bridges in Bennington, we ate dirty food in a redneck diner and some not so great Mexican food in Manchester Center. So far so ...
... to see some of Watertown, NY, before heading east and south to Vermont. It is a lovely town with beautiful churches and charming old homes and right along the Black River. Our journey would take us through Rockwellian small towns and pastoral land dotted with cornfields and pumpkin patches and even scented by skunk at one point. The trees were showing off their autumn ...
... but via Route 7A still. Here we took a side trip to see Abraham Lincoln's son's, Robert Lincoln, family home - well preserved and well run, offering a viewing of his family home with its original furnishings. It had a sort of homely feel to it, not overly sophisticated.
Lastly into Manchester itself and a 'coffee and fag' stop in a bustling town replete with designer outlet shops and pricey, but very nice, outdoor clothing. No, we didn't buy. And finally the ...
... to the Royal Show back home, was that it was a lot smaller and didn't have any showbags!
The petting zoo was probably one of my favourite bits, as we got to pet a donkey, a yak, and even a zebra! After getting some dinner, we also decided that we should try caramel apples - seeing as they are a bit of an American specialty as well. I got one that was not only dipped in caramel, but also mini M&Ms, and Jess had hers ...
... and then after crossing to the other side of the highway, the Diamond Run Mall. It was here that we found our very first JCPenney (not as good as Ellen DeGeneres makes it out to be), and also our first Sears (this was worth the walk). After a little shopping for Jess and a little bit more shopping for me, we decided to head back; that, and there were storm clouds rolling in.
We headed back via an Aldi (also a novelty for us West Australian folk), and bought ...