A travel journal
to Vermont by Calico27
Quote: Grew up in very rural northeastern part of Vermont. Most people tend to think of the Stowe area of Vermont with it's skiing. The Northeast Kingdom, as this part of Vermont is called, has plenty to do, especially for those coming from the city who want a completely quaint and rural experience.
Hotel | "Quimby Country"
However, it is a lot of fun and a great place to bring your family. Everyone has their own cabin, some have kitchens. All have separate bedrooms, etc. This place was built in the late 1800''s so there is quite a bit of history.
Has it''s own fishing pond right outside of the cabins and with a 5 minute walk though the woods, you will be at a larger lake. This is an all inclusive type resort, where food and activities are all included in your price. Different meals/menus each and every meal. Planned activities like hiking, games, story telling, etc. Most of the staff lives right there, above the main building. They do your laundry for you, basically whatever you need. Every Friday there''s a lobster cook out beside the lake.
And you have a very, very good chance of seeing moose and other animals. It''s in the middle of the woods, nothing for miles. The most silent place you will ever go to. Highly recommended IF you like the wilderness, outdoors, etc. If you''re a true city person, you''ll hate it. (Just being honest!)
Price per room may be wrong, I''m not quite sure actually.
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on April 25, 2001
Boulevard Kukulkan, Km. 12
Cancun, Mexico 77500
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