Vermont, The Green Mountain State
Vermont is a nature wonder. Although road trips might be quiet they hold many scenic views. Vermont is known to be a temperate broadleaf and mixed forests biome, the maple trees here are a great sight to be had.
I would advice visiting the state capital of Montpelier, its capital building is perfect for photos. It is symmetrical and has a nice gold leaf dome, although we did not get to go inside the building we were able to look at the different statues of important people in Vermont. Besides Montpelier the most important and exciting place that you will visit in Vermont is the largest city here Burlington. Burlington certainly is a bustling and vibrant town; it is the best place to shop, eat, and walk in the state of Vermont. One of my favorite places here is the large Burlington mall, which houses many large shopping companies such as Macys. There is also a sizeable food court available here, although there are many great dinner experiences to be had on Church Street.
American Flatbread on Church Street is a great choice if you’re in the mood for some of the best flatbread pizzas available. After shopping and dinner, head to the aquarium for some fun for the children. The Aquarium here is located right next to the beautiful Burlington bay.
Although I would advice other locations for skiing, Vermont can also be a great place to get your skiing fix in. Stowe is a reasonably priced ski resort and the best in the Stowe area. There are many slopes here that is suitable for first time skiers, and the food here was good as well. My personal favorite after some runs down the slope was the chili cheese dog!
Whether you come to Vermont to relax, ski, or shop just remember not much happens here! But hey at least it is unique in that aspect.