Swiss Chalets Village Inn
Travel Blogs from Intervale
... all the way through autumn. Fortunately, the trees themselves aren’t damaged. This is one of the reasons that the spectacular fall foliage displays vary from year to year. We’ll shortly be seeing how this year unfolds!
3. Everyone in Bartlett knows ...
... like we are in the Swiss or German Alps as it is so different.
Our hotel has big bears and moose (not real ones) all around it and is geared up for winter skiing.
We did a forest walk and I saw a chipmunk. First one I have ever seen. Not sure if it was Alvan Simon or Theodore!
Bit of a strange day today. We travelled a lot and I kept falling asleep.
Found another well decorated shop ...
... next stop and continue on to Mount Washington with its famous cog railway.
We were actually in good time so we had time for lunch on the banks of a lovely river before trip on the train. This little train was built sole by some dude , a very rich one , who was caught in the weather and decided a train was the way to get up the mountain ;the train' s purpose is solely recreational as there is perfectly good road to the summit. At 5 miles per hour ...
... the post office. Our mail has been dwindling to mostly the junk sort - someone trying to convince us of something - like clothing catalogs, lawn service, or the next political campaign. The "good stuff" has been re-directed from mail to email as Harvey has gradually moved it, preferring less clutter in the house and the audit trail of email statements and on-line banking.
Knowing that ...
The loon was VERY unhappy that the bald eagle was hanging out in our pine tree. Luckily, the loon chicks are old enough now that they don't have to worry about the eagle. This eagle hung out for a long time, and wasn't bothered by us or the dogs. It's ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed