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Vermont is a city in the New England region of the US, and despite its position, it is the second least populous state in the US, making it a great state to escape to for some camping in the summer or skiing in the winter. Vermont is comprised of several mountains, lakes and forest regions. The climate in Vermont makes it a great place for a range of vacation experiences. The spring and summers are warm, perfect for a quiet country-side getaway, while the winders are snowy and perfect for skiing or winter cabin escapes. Couples who are looking for a romantic vacation together will find an array of different experiences with Vermont, from historic bed and breakfasts to cabin escapes in the mountains.
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The inn, nestled in the mountains on acres, was voted Best Family Resort by Yankee Magazine in and has enjoyed positive reviews in travel publications and websites that range from National Geographic Traveler to Trip Advisor. But according to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union, that warm Wildflower welcome doesn't extend to gay couples. Court documents filed in Vermont Superior Court claim that when Katherine Baker and Ming-Lien Linsley, a lesbian couple, tried to book their wedding reception at the Wildflower, they were told via email that innkeepers Mary and Jim O'Reilly "do not host gay receptions" because of their "personal feelings. Businesses open to the general public must serve all customers. They cannot turn people away based on sexual orientation.