Changing Seasons Motor Lodge

Address: Route 5, Saint Johnsbury, Vermont, 05819, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on Route 5, Saint Johnsbury, is near Dog Mountain, Dog Mountain, The Dog Chapel, and Great Vermont Corn Maze.
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      Travel Blogs from Saint Johnsbury

      Covered Bridges, Franconia Notch, Gorge-ous Hike

      A travel blog entry by sarafish on Oct 15, 2014

      11 photos

      ... was beautiful...lots of waterfalls, glacial boulders, lichen and moss growing on the shear sides of the rock. Just an amazing day! After finishing our hike at Franconia Notch, we drove into Littleton, NH for the evening. Had a great dinner at a local brewery/restaurant. Super locally sourced. Lesley had a salad and I had pizza. Food and beer/wine refreshed us and we enjoyed live music, especially James Taylor's "Carolina in my Mind". Wonderful end to a lovely, relaxing, beautiful ...

      Leaf "peepers" galore!

      A travel blog entry by tslatta on Oct 13, 2014

      16 photos

      New Hampshire has lived up to its reputation of its amazing fall color show! "Wow" moments around most corners. Columbus Day-long weekend brought thousands of additional "peepers" Besides the non-stop color blitz, a 4-hour/38-mile ride on the Hobo Winnipesaukee Scenic Railroad made going from Meredith to Plymouth such fun. The Presidential car named "Determination" ...

      "Autumn leaves" Nat King Cole

      A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph on Oct 08, 2014

      5 photos

      ... cluster thing. Bread and waffles as required. It was cloudy and rain threatened as we headed north towards Jeffersonville via the Smuggler"s Notch Pass. To read the guide books would lead you to believe this was a hairy drive; the reality is, it's tame and well tarmac'd. Trees there were in plenty, but recent rains and winds seem to have stripped many of them already with the result that the usual colourful display was ...

      An ass on the trail

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 06, 2014

      169 photos

      ... along the river. Apparently it is NOT a loop trail. We almost ended up in the parking area on the other side of the highway. We did the basin years ago but I think we parked on that side of the highway because if you are heading north on the 3 you walk almost right to the basin itself and miss the rest of the hike if you stop there. Heading south on the 3 (which is what we did today) actually puts you at the furthest point from the ...

      God in the details

      A travel blog entry by hollynjym on Oct 05, 2014

      142 photos

      ... where we spoke to the nicest person who answered my questions and told us about a $5 pass that covered all our stops for one week!! That beats paying $3 at every stop just to take some pictures or do a short hike. We started using that pass right away by stopping at the Glen Ellis waterfall trail down the road. It was steep but relatively short and well worth every step. I love a good waterfall.

      Our journey took us back over ...