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"I would give this 6 on a 1 to 5 scale. We just got back from our Brewery & Spirits tour, and oh man it was awesome. We visited some really good breweries, a farm, a distillery and finished with a cidery. Those were all great, but Natalia's knowledge was the star of the day. She knows so much about what to and what not to do around the state. We had originally planned on doing this tour on Tuesday, but being a celiac, I was really looking forward to Woodchuck cidery. We switched to Thursday instead, and Natalia was was accommodating about that. I would highly recommend doing this early in your stay, so you can soak in Natalia's knowledge to help guide you on the rest of your trip. The itinerary was planned out perfectly with a stop at the Dakin farm in the middle for a quick snack (via awesome samples), then a later lunch at Otter Creek. I cannot recommend Natalia's services enough. A MUST for your visit to Vermont."

"Natalia warmly greeted us at our hotel and we immediately felt like we were with an old friend! We took a day trip from Burlington to Stowe where we enjoyed tours of Ben & Jerry's, Ziemke's Glassblowing Studio, Cold Hollow Cider Mill, and the Trapp Family Lodge where we enjoyed a scenic view and memorable lunch! Natalia made sure we enjoyed lots of food samples -- and we even did a wine tasting! We truly enjoyed the fall foliage which was at its peak, and we had ample time to shop along the way. Natalia is so knowledgeable and we learned so much about Vermont's history. We then embarked on a scenic drive through Smugglers' Notch State Park and ended in Stowe Village, one of our favorites! Here we enjoyed more shopping and photo ops! A more accommodating tour guide in Vermont one will not find! Natalia dropped us off at our hotel following a truly informative and fun-filled experience — one we will never forget! She gets an A++ from us!"

"I highly recommend taking a one - five day tour with Natalia , owner of Vermontology. If you have the time, I think 4 days is ideal. We were in Vermont in the first week of October and were lucky to see peak fall foliage this year. Beautiful! My friend and I chose to do this tour because we weren't confident about driving on the wrong side of the road in America and Vermontology had great reviews. What a great decision! There were only four of us in the comfortable, almost new Toyota van and we were all from Australia. We did the five day tour and every day we went in a different direction from our superb bed and breakfast, Cobble House Inn. The accommodation, breakfast and evening meal were all included in our package as were the day's activities. Natalia knew the most beautiful routes to drive to see the best foliage colours and the quintessential red barns, covered bridges, white churches and pretty white houses. She tried to take back roads and not just go up the main dual lane highway. She also took us to fascinating house museums, towns, waterfalls and country stores. We tasted lots of local produce including ice cream, maple syrup, cheese and cider. The maple syrup we bought at a roadside stall at the top of Smugglers Notch is superb and carried well in my suitcase wrapped in bubble plastic. We're enjoying it on pancakes each night. Natalia is a very knowledgeable and friendly person and went out of her way to meet the needs and interests of her clients. One lady was an artist and wanted to look in art galleries, so Natalia pointed her in the right direction every time we stopped in a town. I can't recommend Vermontology highly enough. If you are looking to be driven around so you can have a good look at the beauty of Vermont and be taken to all the best places, look no further. We had a trip of a lifetime."

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