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5 Nov 2008
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New York Times Article on Burlington VT

The New York Times Travel section has a feature called "36 hours in ___." A few days ago the Time published such an article about Burlington VT.

It's pretty well done and covers the upper downtown area around Church Street for the most part. This street is closed off from car traffic and paved with bricks to make it an inviting pedestrian plaza. We often recommend it to guests who want to visit Burlington. There are a good number of specialty shops, restaurants, and bars which makes it a lively daytime and night gathering place.

One area the Time's article does not feature is the great waterfront including the Burlington Boat House. The article does mention Burlington's "Stonehendge" park and the accompanying slide show also mentions the ECHO Museum at the waterfront so readers can find the rest of the waterfront on their own. Of course, it is not as inviting this time of year as it is during months of milder temperatures.

This article is a reprise of similar "36 hours" article the Times did about six years ago.

There is much more to see and do in Burlington and the surrounding area but if you really do have just a few hours, this guide is a good overview of some main highlights.

(c) 2008 Jeff Connor Grunberg Haus Inn
posted by  grunhaus at  19:14