The Aspen at Manchester
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The aim today was to drive to the Green Mountains in Vermont - the **** sat nav we've hired likes to take us on long routes so today's drive was 6 hours long! This included driving the length of Manhattan in rush hour in heavy rain and getting lost in a car park. Luckily ...
... A stop at Vermont's new information Centre gave us a chance to photograph some stunning colour (This is what the trip is about), snap our Tour Director , Lyn and Driver Tom, and a view in the far distance (max zoom) of Bennington Battle Monument, which was a decisive turning point in the war of independence. Pics 7-10 We stay tonight in the ski fields without snow just yet but looks like it could. Pic ...
... landscape but also the viewing of the movie "Miracle" about the 1980 Olympic gold-medal-winning American hockey team.
We stopped in Lake Placid around lunch time and had an opportunity to stretch our legs, sightsee, shop and eat. We had lunch with friends at Big Mountain Creperie and Deli, where we were forced to choose from 46 sandwiches, a wall-sized menu. ...
... Sunderland and Manchester, not to mention Dorset too! It was a scenic route with swathes of forested slopes on either side in the now familiar shades of fading green, brown, yellow and red. Pleasing to the eye.
Arlington offered a pitstop to view the Norman Rockwell Exhibition (Sue n Adrian!). No originals in sight, but lots of reproductions of works Rockwell had produced using Arlington family and friends. Then on to Manchester, not via the Snake or ...
Today's reruns of choice were episodes of NCIS, conveniently screened on the same channel as the Law & Order marathon from yesterday. Now we may have still had leftovers, and we may have still been chilling around the hotel until mid afternoon.
We did decide however, that since we had so much time to spare and had explored most of the town already (think of Rutland as like a Bunbury with mountains), that we should start packing ...