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Bus Trip in March to Stowe Vermont

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

If anyone lives in Eastern part of Pa, I am putting together a bus trip to Stowe Vermont in March 6-8. or i can add a 3rd day to the trip if i get enough interest for the third day.

 

This would be a RT Transportation with a pick-up location/drop off in Lancaster, and Reading

 

anyone that is interested please pm me or email me at kevindick211@gmail.com

post #2 of 8

Just Lancaster and Reading? I have a bunch of friends in the Lehigh Valley who would probably be interested.

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

I should have a second pick-up spot in Bethlehem Pa if i can get enough people 

post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

ok got pricing on the trip

 

This trip is based on 40 people it includes the following

 

Round Trip motor coach

 

Dates are March 6-8

 

2 nights Lodging at Commodores Inn

 

Full Vermont style Breakfast,

 

Dinner Saturday night

 

Rentals are available: 2days $70.00  Helmet included

 

Lessons are 45.00 for 90min

 

 

Single:   449.00    per person

Double: 379.00       "       "

Triple:   339.00        "      "

Quad:    319.00        "     "

post #5 of 8

I don't know how familiar you are with Stowe, but the Commodores Inn is pretty  nice.  It's located on Rt. 100 on the southern end of town, but it's still walking distance to the "main area" of town if somebody feels like checking out Stowe village.

 

One *very* nice feature is that the Commodores Inn is one of the pickup spots for the (free!) GMTA Mountain Road shuttle.  If you luck into a powder day and feel like skipping breakfast, "no friends on a powder day" -- that first shuttle will get you there in time for first tracks.  Thumbs Up

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
Ok, I've never been to Stowe. We have access to the shuttle or we can use the motor coach for transportation at stowe
post #7 of 8
What exactly is a "Vermont style breakfast"? I live in VT and I've never heard that term. I'm going to assume its a regular breakfast with real maple syrup instead of Aunt Jemima.
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420 and a pint of cherry Garcia?

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