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Travel Blogs from Cooperstown
Left our sad motel early this morning and headed down the road to check out the reason we were here, the one and only "Niagara Falls".
Driving into town i was surprised to see that Niagara looked like a seaside town with all it's arcades, fast food restaurants and fairground rides. We parked up and walked the last two blocks towards the falls. We could hear the roar and feel the damp air from the water falls which was great for building ...
... on the hot pavement until a huge truck went through with a huge part of a road bridge. I thought I was going to faint away right there on the road. At around 4, the blue sky turned to dark clouds and within 15 mintues it started to cool off and rain. We stopped at a restaurant to let it pass, and the TV was on showing massive thunderstorms in the area. We managed to get to a motel within 10 miinutes before it really started to pour and the lighting show started. Great ...
... up and down a few of the Finger Lakes, which are the Napa Valley of New York state because there are wineries everywhere. We had lunch in our trailer while parked at one of the New York state parks right on Seneca Lake and then saw a beautiful waterfall called Taughannock Falls by Cayuga Lake (see photo). We took back roads all day, and even found a New York Scenic Byway to drive along. In some places, we saw ...
I happened to follow someone's facebook post and found reference to a museum not far from home that was hosting a tattoo art exhibit, so I dragged Kara to Howes Cave where we not only saw the exhibit which was well-presented, but also caught the 32nd Annual Iroquois Indian Festival - that I had never heard of that I can remember.
First we checked out the craft tents along the periphery of the grounds. The Museum is in an interesting ...
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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