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If you go: Middlebury

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Globe Correspondents / September 17, 2006

How to get there

Middlebury is 203 miles from Boston, about 4 1/2 hours. Take Interstate 93 north into New Hampshire. Take I-89 north into Vermont and take exit 1. Follow Route 4 west to Rutland. There, take Route 7 north to Middlebury.

Where to stay

The Inn on the Green

71 South Pleasant St.

Middlebury

888-244-7512, 802-388-7512

www.innonthegreen.com

Elegant Federal house with nine rooms and two suites perches just above the town center. $149-$189 through October, $119-$169 November-May.

Where to eat

The Storm Cafe

3 Mill St., Middlebury

802-388-1063

Bold flavors dominate the market-driven American bistro menu. Take advantage of riverside location for outdoor dining. Entrees $16-$25. Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner.

Middlebury Market and Café

54 College St., Middlebury

802-388-6408

Stylish contemporary food with cafeteria-style service in back, coffee and ice cream up front. Sandwiches $5.25-$6.75, pizzas $12.95-$14.50. Daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Otter Creek Bakery

14 College St., Middlebury

802-388-3371

Excellent classical French bakery adopts Vermont maple overtones in morning pastries and makes hearty sandwiches for lunch. Sandwiches $4.50-$5.25. Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

What to do

Holy Cow Inc.

44 Main St., Middlebury

802-388-6737

www.woodyjackson.com

Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday noon-4.

Monument Farms Dairy

2107 James Road

Weybridge

802-545-2119

Farm store open Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Middlebury Farmers Market

Marble Works

802-897-2121

Wednesday 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. through Oct. 11. Saturday 9-12:30 through Oct. 28. Champlain Valley Creamery brings fresh cheeses made with organic milk from Bridport .

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