Super 8 Plattsburgh
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... where we thought we were going to take two factory tours. The firsts one was of Green Mountain Coffee (K-cups) but when we got there we found out it was just a gift shop with a small display area and a virtual tour shown on a TV. We were by the town park and it was lunch time so we enjoyed a picnic lunch with some of the food we bought the day before.
We then headed to the next factory tour in Waterbury. It is one of the ...
... like I did the town justice, though, and it’s a place I’ll have to go back to visit again.
I consider Burlington to likely be one of the best places to live in America, a small city with generally open-minded attitudes, a university town as home to University of Vermont with a well-educated population and amenities like the arts that go along with it. ...
... and Americana on large grounds and housed in numerous historic buildings, many of which were transported from elsewhere to the shore of Lake Champlain. The museum brochure claims about 150,000 artifacts in 38 buildings on 45 acres. It’s a little like the “open-air” museums showcasing historical or regional cultures and artifacts you find in many European countries.
The barns, houses, school, and stores ...
... morning. When they started a sing-song on the middle deck I was close to testing the man overboard drill.
Anyway, the boat circled our part of the lake for an hour or so (it's a seriously big lake) all the while with a running commentary about the history and background of the lakes, which at least shut the wrinklies up.
After a cup of coffee/chocolate on shore we hopped in the car with the plan of doing a tour of ...
... of fog for much of the morning. When the fog lifted, we found ourselves in Senaca Lake on NY 414. The road is beautiful and is littered with wineries, B&Bs and farm land. It is elevated approximately 1000 to 1500 feet and the view of the lake was to our left all all along the route.
We ran through a town called Lodi. If that is the Lodi that John Fogerty ...