Mclallen House B&B

30 McLallen Street, Trumansburg, New York, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 30 McLallen Street, Trumansburg, is near Taughannock Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Wine Region, and Finger Lakes.
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Travel Blogs from Trumansburg

Auburn and more

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Aug 09, 2014

3 comments, 22 photos

... there is a cook. I have no idea why people live there as they live in the bedrooms, no apartments. We did not want to pry into Harvey's private life.

Harvey was into computers back in the 80's and he bonded with Rich right away. He is a very likable man. We found that many people who live here in Auburn are very friendly, just not use to that.

We had an incredible evening with Harvey and his dog, Ace.

Until next ...

Watkins Glen

A travel blog entry by matthew-thomas on Jul 28, 2014

... force on each other... We went to see "Hercules" at the cinema which was surprisingly better than we thought it would be, before Pizza Hut for dinner. The WiFi doesn't work in the rooms so Zac and I are currently sitting outside the motel catching up on glorious internet... I miss you WiFi... and family... but mostly ...

Road trip / Motel

A travel blog entry by matthew-thomas on Jul 27, 2014

After breakfast we started the drive to Watkins Glen (including a stop for lunch) and arrived at the motel. We are now in our own room which is already messier than the shared room, where we relaxed for a while before dinner and a small walk around some rocks. It was nice to have a relaxing day without our legs dying from ...

Taughannock Falls, NY

A travel blog entry by rudd on Jul 17, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

Heading back to Milford, where Jack is close to, we stayed at Cortland. On the way there we called into a beautiful spot where there is a waterfall that dates back to the end of the ice age. These falls have eroded the gorge 1000M approx into the hillside since then. The walk is flat and takes only 15 minutes to reach the water fall, a beautiful walk surrounded by shale slopes growing lots of trees.

Cayuga ...

Watkins Glen here we come.

A travel blog entry by stickelsrtrip on Jul 01, 2014

21 photos

We made it. This place is pretty cool. We only did about a third of what's here and we will have to come back. This gorge has been created over hundreds of years of erosion and is really worth the time. Need to plan for a full to 3/4 day to take all this in.

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