Adrianna Bed and Breakfast

44 Stewart Street, Dolgeville, New York, 13329, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Dolgeville

Baseball and Bigotry

A travel blog entry by jmpncw

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Cooperstown was chilly. Oh, and they have a baseball hall of fame. The museum and hall were both great. I spent four hours inside and could've easily spent six. Nicole got her hair done. It was amazing being able to stand inches away from baseball history. It was really special to see an artifact from a game you had been to or seen on television. They didn't do the negro leagues justice. ...

Hey batter batter

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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Time to get overly acquainted with baseball today.

After waking up and battling a bunch of earwigs that were creeping around our tent it was time to drive the 15 or so miles into town from our middle of nowhere farm town campground.

There was a pumpkin festival going on so the main lot in town was full of giant pumpkins instead of cars which meant we had to park in convenient 2 ...

Best Water Fall by a long Shot

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... br> 2) Take the behind the falls walking tour
3) Go up to the top of the observation tower.

With our budget feeling a little strained lately we decided to only do one. Les had already done the behind the falls tour on a previous visit here with her Mum. So the boat trip it was (Observation tower was never really in the running). We lined up for the first boat of the day, the queue involved a elevator ride down to the dock ...

A beautiful drive through rural upstate New York

A travel blog entry by suewelsch

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... to change color and in others, we saw trees in full reds and oranges. The full colors were mostly at higher elevations of about 2000 feet. The goldenrods were in full bloom and in full display everywhere we drove, no matter the elevation. We passed field after field completely covered with this beautiful bloom. I managed to get one photo when we stopped for a few minutes. After looking at a map of what was ...

Hall of fame

A travel blog entry by 6bigmacs

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Only took 39 years to get here. I am glad we came, but it was a little underwhelming. For all the money that MLB makes, they could make it more spectacular. But if you love baseball, it is a great place. In some ways it feels historic in itself, like so much of the game. Maybe pimping it out 21st century style is not ...

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This B&B, located on 44 Stewart Street, Dolgeville, is near Treasure Mountain Diamond Mine.
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