Highlander Motel

203 N Main Street, Rutland, Vermont, 05701, United States | Motel
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Location

This motel, located on 203 N Main Street, Rutland, is near Wilson Castle, Paramount Theater, Vermont Marble Museum, and Pico Peak.
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Travel Blogs from Rutland

Whitehall - Day 2

A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 18, 2014

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We are spending the day in Whitehall. We want to do some boat chores then tour the Skene Manor, a Victorian manor built in 1874 that is undergoing renovation.

Whitehall's claim to fame is that in 1775 Benedict Arnold commandeered a schooner owned by Philip Skene (owner of the aformentioned manor) which became the first ship of the American Navy. ...

Chimney Point to Whitehall

A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 17, 2014

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It rained buckets last night! But the morning dawned clear so we fired up the diesels and headed south down Lake Champlain. On our right we passed Fort Ticonderoga. On our left were the Green Mountains of Vermont. The farther south ...

Day 3 - Woodstock

A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 23, 2013

... and were instrumental in conservation of woodstock. The las night ate at Max's tavern which was great. Spoke to a couple whose son was working at brown bros winery wangaratta and she said be was loving it. In fact, everyone we spoke to who had sons/daughters living and working in Australia were loving it and didn't want to return. I knew we lived I the best ...

Day 2 - Woodstock

A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 22, 2013

... book from the organic growers of the region. We then started the tour. There was a lot to see so it took a while, this meant that we couldn't see Burlington. Oh well, next time. Drove home then fast way via the interstate and only took 1 hr 35 mins. Decided to eat at the Puerto Rico/Caribbean restaurant. Food and wine was amazing. Had 2 tapas, one like arrachini and the other was green banana ...

Day 1 - Woodstock, Vermont

A travel blog entry by evie033 on Oct 21, 2013

... stop as it showcased the religion and how it got started. We took a guided tour which was the best, as the guide lived there since 1959 and was schooled at town but grew up with the shakers. He was also a teacher of history, which I quite understood why. The gift shop was great and finally bought the sewing group their gifts. A tea cup patch filled with aromatics, perfect when they sip their tea. Bonus it was on $3.45 and no tax ...