Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Stowe
... our steps to where Bill had seen the cloud of dust. We walked along a ditch and sure enough, voila! there was our wheel! Saturday afternoon, far from a city...hmmm what to do. Why does this always happen on a weekend? After numerous phone calls, it was decided we had to limp it in with the trailer axle dragging along. Damn, fourth breakdown...I think we bought a lemon. Bill stayed amazingly cool as the ...
... of their mark on this community with beautiful monuments and mausoleums of monumental proportions. I will name a few of my favorite white granite monuments: soccer ball, cube, bi-plane, and racecar. Our guide filled us in on local legends of the great ones buried here at Hope.
Our last stop was at the Morse Sugar Farm. Sugaring Off was a fascinating subject in grade school social studies; seeing it up close ...
... 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.
... great to see the number of seniors attacking the stairs. Many people used walking sticks, even young people, but I’ve never felt the need for a walking stick.
The water running down the flume was more of a spring than a torrent. Spring is probably the best time to see a torrent. On the plus side, we didn’t get wet. I bet spring visitors get drenched at times if they get close to the flume.