The Country Lion Bed and Breakfast

4 Glen Ave., Cooperstown, New York, 13326, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Cooperstown

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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... and random facts to last a lifetime. They had a section with a bunch of interactive quiz questions that Dad would have likely done pretty well at.

We had a two hour lunch break walking around town, checking out the festival where they were weighing the massive pumpkins and on to a great find for lunch (Alex & Ikas...delicious Ginger Chicken Sandwich and B.A.T. sandwich...kind of a ...

Best Water Fall by a long Shot

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie

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... the largest Asian women i have ever seen and Leslie asking in a panicked voice "Don't we have too many people in here". The attendant did not seem to agree as he ushered in some more fellow tourist. My wife does not like elevators at the best of times, but this must have been a nightmare for her. Luckily the ride in the elevator was short and we were on the boat heading into the falls in no time. I was surprised at how close the boat gets to ...

Hot and humid.

A travel blog entry by dgosse

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... road along highway 88 which proved to be a great road. As we rode through New York State, the temps rose as high as 37 degrees (before humidity). This kind of heat is very challenging for me, especially with a jacket and boots on (as you can see in the attached photo). George can handle any kind of heat, but it really wipes me out. At one point we were going through a small town and the cops started blocking off all the roads around us. We had to stop for about ...

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 ...

 

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