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'''Burlington''' is a college-town in Northwestern [[Vermont]]. It is easiest to hitchhike out of Burlington either through [[gas station]]s, or at a bus stop, where drivers will have space to pull over. The [[on-ramp]] to I-89 N nearest the University of Vermont otherwise works as a funnel, without a [[shoulder]] on the road, so there is no space for the fast-moving traffic to pull aside.
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'''Burlington''' is a college-town in Northwestern [[Vermont]], [[United States]] alongshore Lake Champlain. It is easiest to hitchhike out of Burlington either through [[gas station|gas stations]], or at a bus stop, where drivers will have space to pull over.  
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Like most [[on-ramp]] in Burlington, the one to [[I-89]] North (exit 14) nearest, and coming from the University of Vermont otherwise works as a funnel, without a [[shoulder]] on the road, so there is no space for the fast-moving traffic to pull aside.
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=== Burlington International Airport ===
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Burlington Airport is a cheap fly-in/fly-out alternative to travel to [[Quebec]] without the Canadian Air cost restrictions, with most major Airlines (Northwest - Continental - United ...), the airport is located only 40 miles off the border at [[Saint-Armand]], [[Monteregie]].
  
 
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Revision as of 22:39, 28 May 2009

Burlington is a college-town in Northwestern Vermont, United States alongshore Lake Champlain. It is easiest to hitchhike out of Burlington either through gas stations, or at a bus stop, where drivers will have space to pull over.

Like most on-ramp in Burlington, the one to I-89 North (exit 14) nearest, and coming from the University of Vermont otherwise works as a funnel, without a shoulder on the road, so there is no space for the fast-moving traffic to pull aside.

Burlington International Airport

Burlington Airport is a cheap fly-in/fly-out alternative to travel to Quebec without the Canadian Air cost restrictions, with most major Airlines (Northwest - Continental - United ...), the airport is located only 40 miles off the border at Saint-Armand, Monteregie.