Travel blog Vermont USA
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Vermont - USA - the colours and covered bridges

The state of Vermont, USA is located just south of the Canadian border. We entered USA in Vermont and spent only a day there. We didn't have a specific destination. Just wanted to see the famous covered bridges for which Vermont is famous for. We…
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The 5 Best Things To Do In British Columbia

British Columbia is commonly regarded as one of Canada’s more beautiful provinces – and that’s saying something. Located along the Pacific Coast and just north of the U.S. border, it’s a striking region full of mountains, forests, seaside…
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Montreal - Mount Royal and Notre Dame

We booked an AirBNB for Montreal. We wanted to take a little break in our journey. Chill in the evening with a nice local meal and perhaps most importantly do our laundry. We've been on the road for 10 days or so, making about 300 km a day,…
toronto canada
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Toronto - blink and you miss it

There are places I want to visit, and there are places I'd like to live in. Toronto is the former. What's not to like about that city. It's big, but quiet and peaceful. If someone asked me anything that I remember about this town, it would be…
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Niagara Falls - a spectacular sight

We were told that the Canadian side is much better to view Niagara Falls and they were right. No point describing here what they look like. I'm not a poet. It was just beautiful, and frightening at the same time. There is a spot at the top of…
Washington DC
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Washington DC - a city of politics and monuments

We never booked anything for our trip. No hotels, motels or airbnbs. And I was happy that we didn't because we were free to explore as long as we wanted. The only date we had to keep was the departure, everything else was negotiable. That plan…
The Amish country
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The Amish Country

The Pennsylvania Amish of Lancaster County are America's oldest Amish settlement, where thousands still live a centuries-old "Plain" lifestyle. We just wanted to see what they look like. We heard about them and saw them on tv. Witness, starring…
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Philadelphia - a quick stop to see the birthplace of American democracy

Philadelphia was just a short drive from New York. We picked up our rental car in Newark Airport early in the morning. Our AirBNB host was kind enough to drop us off there. We only spent maybe 3 hours there. Basically caught the lat tour…
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Princeton - an oasis in New Jersey

Our next destination after New York was Washington DC. It's actually only a few hours drive but we wanted to see a few other places that are on the way. The Amish country, a huge shopping outlet and Princeton University. New Jersey looks…