Ausable Chasm Motel
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Set off bright and early on glorious sunny but chilly day and drove south west on a dead straight freeway for two hours. Only saving grace was the colourful scenery, the leaves all colours from green to yellow to red to brown to purple! We then went off onto smaller roads and followed Lake Champlain down over bridges and islands - so pretty. Stopped at a typical diner and had a huge breakfast-like meal ...
... We then went on to Bennington were there was a decisive battle against the British that they JUST managed to win, so they appear to have made a memorial to it in the form of a 350' tower that they charge $5 for going up..... Robbery! We have traveled 150 miles today and drove through some of the prettiest country that we have seen up to now, there seems to be a million trees and a lake around every bend in the road. We are now in the state of New Hampshire and Canadians ...
This morning was another early start, up at 0600 for the drive to Montreal and then the USA border and onwards to our stop for tonight Hampton Inn at Colchester near Burlington. The coach to Montreal took about 2 hours 30 mins along a very straight bit of highway. The countryside is very rural with crop farms along the way, generally maize. The leaves are starting to turn red on this stretch of ...
So,I have been planning my travel clothes for a couple weeks now, and I do have things whittled down quite nicely. Larry, on the other hand, walks to his closet just now, pulls out some shirts, shorts and pants, and says "my stuff is ready". All total, he spent about 4 minutes. ...
Lola drove the 126 miles in 6 hours from Montreal to our car. I drove 40 miles in 1 hour to our hotel.
We awoke with terrible hangovers and took a while to get going.
We made it to the border in good time though due to my visa we were directed to all enter the Customs and Immigration whilst they held our passports.
I had to have ...