Town & Country Resort Motor Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Conference facilities
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... NH and the next day took a drive to Franconia Notch State Park. AMAZING! We saw the Old Man in the Mountain, rode the tram to the top of hill for a foliage extravaganza, hiked the Notch Flume, and got our butts kicked on the biking trail! We loved our time in New Hampshire. We were amazed at the beauty! We took a train ride on the Conway Scenic Railway.
So off to Vermont where we imagined even more ...
Week 6 September 27-October 2
Sept 27 Today was a traveling day. Because it was a short jaunt (46 miles), we took advantage of a beautiful sunny morning to go see Queechee Gorge one last time. We hiked UNDER the bridge area, which smelled like balsam fir Christmas trees, "grazed" at the Cabot Cheese outlet where we bought some cheeses and dips, and drove back to picturesque Woodstock to take photos and to visit ...
... out of bed at 4 am to make the start.
We spent Saturday morning reading and generally getting ourselves organised. The afternoon was low key - shopping for food and taking a drive around town.
Sunday was little different - a visit to Costco to buy a new suitcase headlined the day. We were "checked out" by a delightful young man ...
... They were built over corn stalks with round heads and hats. We saw all sorts of costumes including roaring 20’, the sixties, the 70s, etc., and outfits from different walks of life. A spokesperson for the village said, the kookier and brighter the outfit, the better. Villagers put these “leaf people” out at the autumn equinox and they attract visitors to the village.
... my winter coat and gloves.
The railway is the world’s first climbing cog railway and also the world’s second steepest. At one point the grade is 37.41%, Truckers start to get nervous with grades over 7%. The ride to the summit covered a vertical rise of about 3,500’.
When we reached the summit, I was really glad I had my winter coat and cloves and wished I had remembered to bring ...