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27 Jun 2007
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Make Your VT Fall Foliage Lodging Reservations Soon
We have been steadily getting calls for lodging during fall foliage. I received a call yesterday from a woman who said she had tried two other places before us and they were both full on the two dates she wanted.

If you plan to travel to VT during the last week of September or the first two weeks of October, you should make your reservations as soon as you can. Rooms are still available but the selection becomes smaller with each passing week.

Whatever you do, don't drive here thinking you can easily find a place to stay. Each year we get some drop-ins who did not know what a busy time of year that is here. We've been fortunate so far in calling around and finding some lodging for them but sometimes it is fairly far away and or not the best accommodation.

A few years ago, the only thing I could find locally was a deluxe suite priced at more than $400 that was available only because of a last minute cancellation. It was late at night and the couple decided to take it but naturally they were not happy to do so. I hope they have other good memories of Vermont besides what they had to pay for a room that night.

(c) 2007 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus
 
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