Unlike other well known states, Vermont may not have historical monuments, world renown archeological sites, or the land the size of Texas, but there's a reason why many people in the north east head to Vermont in the winter. Tourism is a major industry in Vermont. For a state that has the greatest number of dairy cows in the country (in ratio of cows to people), Vermont is home to many famous ski and snowboarding areas in some of the most breathtaking scenes around. Hunting and fishing is also a major attraction for many visitors to come to Vermont every year.
Learn more about the small town charms and the local businesses that give life to the cities of Vermont on LocalTom. Read thousands of reviews and find out where you should go on your next ski trip.
1. Kountry Kart Deli Based on 29 Ratings Several times, after placing call-in orders or phoning in with questions about menu items, I have been hung-up on. On one occassion, one of my staff was called stupid and then... 2. Shanty On The Shore Based on 1 Ratings 3. Bangkok Bistro Based on 1 Ratings
1. Diamond Run Mall Based on 4 Ratings There is one sitdown restaurant. A sports pub atmosphere with big screen TV's and wireless connection. There is an ice skating rink behind the mall. Selection is not bad, but people... 2. Party Store Based on 4 Ratings 3. Wal-Mart Based on 2 Ratings
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