Decided to take a small road trip to Vermont to get some delicious local beer and try a local restaurant called the Prohibition Pig. Were not disappointed. Amazing local flavoured food with a huge array of on tap beer. I tried a beer called "Duchesse De Bourgogne" which is a Flanders
Red Ale, and by god it made love to my mouth. It was sour rather than bitter and I enjoyed the hell out of it. Together with a local roast beef dish it turned out absolutely amazing.
By Oli's recommendation we spent the night at a beautiful little BNB called the Old Stage Coach. Basically an old couple that owns a farm home from 1863 lends you a room for the night. The whole place is creaky, drafty and delightful. So much quilted surfaces, cushions and the whole place
is crowded with old-ish furniture. Amazing vibe, cheap, AND, they give you full breakfast for free. None of that continental bullshit, I'm talking all out omelettes, any style eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, pancakes, you name it. Highly recommended.
We planned on spending the day roaming Burlington on satureday, but because of unexpected (by us) snow, we made a quick visit to the main
street and decided to take a long round about way back to Montreal through the South and North Hero islands. No regrets there. Amazing New England view, great american roads and we stopped at the North Hero general store for some home made sandwiches. Delicious.
Oh, and to top it all off, we ran into the google street view car in Burlington and took some quick pictures. Would be funny to see if end up on street
view in a couple years.