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VERMONT www.discovernewengland.co.uk
boutiques, art galleries and cafés. with British visitors: Stowe and
To see what is in Lake Champlain, Smugglers’ Notch. Ski and board
visit the ECHO Lake Aquarium, in winter; hike and golf in summer;
then admire New England’s ‘West relax year-round with excellent
Coast’ on a cruise aboard the Spirit hotels, inns, shops and restaurants.
of Ethan Allen III or the Northern More remote is the self-styled
Lights. www.vermont.org Northeast Kingdom, a wonderful
NORTHERN VERMONT
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● In Montpelier
,
It is fun to cycle on South Hero
TIPS
compare
and
contrast
the Main

and Grand Isle, the rural islands
Street Grill
and La Brioc
he Baker
y
that dot Lake Champlain in the
& Café, b
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ned by
students
of NECI,
north-western corner of Vermont.
the New
England
Culinary
Institute
.
On the mainland, St Alban’s
www.necidining
.com
is known for all things maple,
especially its annual Vermont
● In Wat
erbury,
tour and
taste
at the Ben
&
Maple Festival (April 30 – May
Jerry’s ic
e cream
factory…
yum!
2). Up in the Green Mountains
www.benjerry
.com
are two resorts long popular
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Experience the natural beauty and calm of
America’s best kept secret! These two top-
rated B&B’s are British-owned, both enjoying
a spot nestling in the Green Mountains,
offering a perfect central base for exploring
AGA at the Sugartree Inn
our beautiful state. Any time of year is a great
The West Hill House
www.sugartree.com
time to visit - relax, recharge and rediscover.
www.westhillbb.com
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