Rip Van Winkle Motel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... we were soon headed back to
Williston where we picked up the dogs from daycare and headed back to the
house. Rather than eat out or cook in,
we ordered a variety of things from a local Asian restaurant. Everything from sushi to General Tao’s
chicken was excellent.
We closed out the evening with a campfire in the backyard
and s’mores for dessert. It was a perfect way to end the ...
... amazing scenery, some of which is captured in the attached photos, we have also had the pleasure of meeting some amazing people. We continue to benefit from interacting with hosts with fascinating life stories, and we are often left hoping descriptions of our own adventure have reciprocated in kind. Our immersion in local communities has certainly offset the challenge of our ...
... in Tupper Lake and dry everything out. Turns out they used to make a lot of tongue depressors in Tupper Lake. Also took the opportunity/ made the mistake of going to see the movie Pacific Rim in a small theatre. Not much of a movie but so it goes. The roads and drivers in New York have been the best so far. Nice surfaces and good shoulders are the norm. I can't recall a rude or in attentive driver. By stereotype it should have been much ...
... literally translated as Green Mountains. Aren't you glad you asked?
From Sugarbush, we follow VT-100 south for about 35 miles, and turn west on US-4 near the ski resort of Killington. At 3,050 feet, Killington claims to have the largest vertical drop of all New England ski areas.
At the ski area's Snowshed Lodge, today is the second of the three-day Killington Brewfest, an opportunity to sample microbrews made in ...