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22 Jun 2007
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South West Vermont Blog
One of my favorite blogs has posted a couple of new entries which will be of interest to travelers visiting southern Vermont.

The South West Vermont Blog today has an article about a beautiful museum that I have wanted to visit for a long time, the Southern Vermont Art Center.

And the prior blog entry recommends some "off the beaten path" hiking in the Arlington area which ties in nicely with my post below about hiking.

Southern VT is a beautiful area to tour and I always recommend to travelers that they spend two or three days there and two or three here in the more northern part of the state. That way, it's easy to make day trips not only around Vermont but also the Adirondacks in NY (Lake Placid, Lake George, Saranac Lake, etc), the White Mountains of NH, and even Montreal, an easy 2.5 hours drive from us - roughly the same as Arlington and other southwest VT villages.

This is such a small part of the country, you don't need to pack up and move every night. It is much more relaxing and enjoyable to stay in one or two places and spend your time enjoying each area instead of just driving to the next lodging place every day.

We sometimes hear from first-time guests, especially those from large states like Texas and California, that they are quite surprised at how small New England is, and that they wish they could spend more time in each area getting to know it better. But that's part of what travel means, getting to learn new parts of the world.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
posted by  grunhaus at  22:11