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27 Jun 2007
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Blue Map is a Great Map of Burlington and VT

(c) 2006 Information Gallery

At our inn, we keep a supply of the Blue Map for our guests who are traveling to Burlington VT. It has a map of the greater Burlington area including such surrounding towns such as Essex Junction and Colchester. Best of all, it has a large section devoted to a helpful close-up of downtown Burlington and the Lake Champlain waterfront.

All the attractions in the Burlington area are shown including Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farm, ECHO Aquarium, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, cruise ship docks, and the car ferry to NY.

There are numerous advertisements but they are laid out in a similar size and style, and they are listed in a well designed format that makes them helpful instead of intrusive.

The multi-panel fold-out map brochure also has a very good map of most of Vermont and a little of upstate NY including Lake Placid.

You can see all of this online at the Blue Map website. When you are in Vermont, you can find the Blue Map at many information centers, attractions, and kiosks on the Burlington lake front near the ferry and cruise ship docks.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor except the Blue Map sample above
posted by  grunhaus at  18:14