Hotel It on the Mountain

It was too dark last night (and the camera battery was too dead) for me to take some pictures of where I'm staying for my friend's destination wedding at Killington Mountain. This is the view from the window in my Studio Room (#308) at the Killington Grand Hotel:


I had to leave the edge of the window in it so that you believed me. Now that you do, here's an even better view:


I took these pictures at 7:30 a.m. this morning, before any skiers or riders took to the slopes. When it's my turn, all I have to do is take the elevator from the third floor the ground level, walk out the back door, and cross that bridge. To me, that convenience alone makes this hotel one of the best in which I've ever stayed.

I wonder what their breakfast is like? Better head down before it's all gone. More later.

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