America's Best Inn Brattleboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Day 49. Vermont The first stop today was Fort Adams - not that was saw a great deal of the fort. It was bucketing down, windy and so cold, the walk to the visitors centre was enough to send us back to the warmth of our car. A drive around the foreshore and the mansions, or should I say mini castles - about 50 of them - Newport is money, money, money. We then headed through Rhode Island, Connetticut, and Massachusetts to South Deerfield - a very small town north of ...
... at least part of the way. What we did not know was that there was a community walk in aid of Suicide Prevention and thousands of people were crammed on to the bridge ready for the start. Instead we crossed by car but did get a good look at the edifice as we drove over the river.
As we gained elevation, the colour of the leaves started to change - promise of things to come. Autumn is late this ...
... The trail itself, about 63 miles, travels through the scenic wilderness of the Berkshire Hills and the seasonal beauty of the Connecticut Valley. There is a wealth of outdoor activities; kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, zip lining and mountain coasting, wonderful for those "younger" adventurers. Well stick to the sightseeing! In Charlemont, we traveled over the Indian Bridge to see the "Hail to the Sunrise" Monument. The bronze statue, made in 1932, is the ...
Well off we set at 8:30 am to venture along the hwy to get closer to Cooperstown. The toll roads are enough to break you. One we hit in Maine was $7.50, another $4.00 and another at $ 3.50, yikes.
We decided to take the #2 thru the top of Massachusetts which became a much more sensible drive to do. Very scenic along the way, but did not stop to take any pictures as Greg seems to be in groove. I must ...
... bursts of home when we at times felt like we were forever away. It seems surreal that we accomplished all we did on this trip, I look back over pictures and blog entries and cannot believe all we have experienced this summer. Now I need a vacation to recover from this vacation! If anyone needs me (or wants to visit!) I will be at our pool because I am not leaving my house for at least a week! ~ ...