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Nevis Full-Day Island Tour from St Kitts
"Your expedition around the Nevis Island begins when you leave the ferry at St. Kitts. Your professional tour guide will meet you for your 45-minute inter-island ferry tour around Nevis.Your guide will introduce you to the Old Bath House most famous for its thermal bath spring. Next you will visit historic attractions and museums such as the Museum of Nevis to explore the history of Nevis and the life of Alexander Hamilton who was born in Nevis. You’ll also see St. John’s Anglican Church built in 1830 where Lord Nelson and Fanny Nisbet were married. Explore more of the history of Nevis as you discover the sites of old plantations which are now resorts. Nevis features a 3
From $81.00
 
Queen City Nevis Island Tour
"A tour of Nevis is a must. In the 1700's it became known as the ""Queen of the Caribees"". Your visitation will include the following: The ""Thermal Springs"" became famous for its medicinal treatments. A 10-minute visit one will experience the warmth of the oldest structure in the Caribbean you will be allowed to see the Carriage and Great Houses furniture artifacts dining wares and the restored chattel houses. Another historical site is the Golden Rock Hotel which was opened in 1950. It was built on the site of an old windmill which presently accommodates a honeymoon suite and cottages. As the tour continues we dri""
From $48.00
 
Montreal City Guided Sightseeing Tour
"At your selected tour time you'll be picked up at your Montreal hotel -- or you can meet at the pier or Peel Street -- to begin your sightseeing tour of this amazing Canadian city. Board a comfortable coach and cruise past hundreds of historical and cultural treasures such the historic center of the city that still preserves the charm and influences of bygone eras. Soak up the French atmosphere and enjoy panoramic views of the Old Port as you continue to Notre-Dame Basilica a masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture and Olympia Park built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games. Mt Royal Park is a must-see. This scenic lookout offers a striking view of the downtown area and the river. Atop Mt Royal you'll be greeted by St Joseph's Oratory
From CAD55.00

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Asiana Noodle Shop

This is a mix of different Asian food. Their menu is all over the place offering Japanese, Korean, Thai and Chinese food. The place reminded me of restaurants in NYC Chinatown. The type that are...
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Big Fatty's BBQ

Let's start by saying I'm somewhat of a BBQ fanatic, and have my own smoker at home. In every city I visit, I go in search of the best Smoked BBQ in town, and this is how we found Big Fatty’s BBQ,...
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DanBurney2011
Jul 28, 2011

Big Fattys BBQ

This restaurant located between downtown Burlington and the lake serves up a pretty good approximation of southern barbeque. My wife and I sampled the shredded pork, ribs, and barbeque chicken, and...
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Over60
Jul 15, 2011

Panadero Bakery

They have sandwiches now, however, they only make 1 type a day, which is great, so ingrediants are fresh. The sandwich with focaccia bread, mozz, basil leaves, and salami, superb! Also they have...
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nyceagle1633
Jun 26, 2011

Panadero Bakery

They have sandwiches now, however, they only make 1 type a day, which is great, so ingrediants are fresh. The sandwich with focaccia bread, mozz, basil leaves, and salami, superb! Also they have...
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nyceagle1633
Jun 26, 2011

Shanty on the Shore

The Shanty on the Shore offers fine seafood combined with a view of Lake Champlain. And, if you time it right, you can enjoy a gorgeous lake sunset while savoring your meal. This is one of...
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Tom_Fields
Oct 17, 2009
 
 
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Smokejacks

We tried to get in here for dinner the night we arrived but due to a local theater event there wasn't a table available, which was very disappointing since their dinner menu - especially the long and...
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sarahandgareth
Jul 01, 2008

Scuffer Steak and Ale Restaurant

We have to be honest and admit that this was not our first choice for dinner: due to an event that had many people in town we weren't able to get a space at our first choice restaurant, and we ended...
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sarahandgareth
Jul 01, 2008

Uncommon Grounds

Near where we live, there's a coffee spot called Common Grounds, so we had to try their unofficial country cousin, Uncommon Grounds. This is a very long cafe on Church St: the place seems to stretch...
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sarahandgareth
Jul 01, 2008

A Single Pebble

The food here is simply incredible. Fresh ingredients and a creative menu to please any vegetarian, omnivore or carnivore. Good wine selection and slate of specialty cocktails. Ask for a romantic...
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Feb 05, 2008

Vermont Pub and Brewery

After spending a couple of unbelievably strange hours in Montpelier with special needs folks we needed a beer so stumbling upon the Vermont Brewery while in Burlington was a nice end to the day. There...
Travmad
Aug 31, 2007

NECI Commons

Sorry, but NECI Commons closed up shop last winter. We locals miss it - it was a great place to eat and had a wonderful atmosphere. New restaurant opened up in that spot called Adrianas Restaurant. I...
NaninVT
Aug 25, 2007

Applebees

I like restaurants that serves down-sized meals because I am not what you'd call a big eater.Applebees offers many of their menu items in portions made just for me. I chose the Grilled Italian Chicken...
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davecallahan
Mar 24, 2007

The Daily Planet

This is yuppie decor: two rooms that open up bigger on the inside than on the outside; steel and chrome and graphic arts on the wall in one area; wood booths and chairs in the other room with plastic...
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davecallahan
Mar 24, 2007

Top Hotels in Burlington

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60 Battery Street, (Formerly Wyndham Burlington), Burlington, Vermont, 05401, United States
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1712 Shelburne Road, (formerly Holiday Inn), South Burlington, Vermont, 05403, United States
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Top Things to Do in Burlington

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Church Street Marketplace

Church Street is a haven for pedestrians in the city of Burlington. The idea for a pedestrian mall came about when architecture student Bill Truex experienced Copenhagen's Strøget pedestrian mall in...
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Burlington Farmer's Market

Burlington is home to one of the best Farmer's Market I have ever been to. The market is year round, held on every Saturday. During the spring, summer and fall, the market is held in the Burlington...
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Everyone Loves a Parade - Mural

"Everyone Loves a Parade" is the name of this large mural located on a wall in Leahy Way. This alley is dedicated to Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy for all his contributions to the Market Street area....
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"Welcome to Beautiful Vermont"
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"Burlington, VT"
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"Burlington - The Perfect Little City on the Lake"
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