The Murphy House

Address: 33 Walnut Street, Oneonta, New York, 13820, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 33 Walnut Street, Oneonta, is near Damaschke Field.
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Travel Blogs from Oneonta

Last day at Margaretville

A travel blog entry by lahra on Jul 05, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

Another sleep in and slow start. Kate, Chris and the boys stayed overnight so there were a lot of people milling about in the kitchen. We sat by the lake with our coffees and talked. It was so beautiful and peaceful. The whole morning passed like this with a walk, a swim, a visit by other friends - Susannah Nossel and David Greenberg and their daughter Liza, and lots of conversation. By ...

Fourth of July

A travel blog entry by lahra on Jul 04, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

... we cooked up a storm - barbecued ribs, and chicken wings and cowboy steaks - the biggest I've ever seen. I made potatoes and Alex made a salad, and everyone buzzed around excitedly. Then a short hike across the property before dinner and we all sat down outside to eat. July 4th fireworks followed - seen across the deck from the house, and we sat up talking in front of a roaring fire til ...

Leaaaaving on a United Airlines Plane...

A travel blog entry by heatherjohnson on Jul 03, 2015

4 photos

... like it when you're trying to cram it all into two bags. I spent a large majority of that time trying to get my two suitcases under fifty pounds. Big thanks to Nanny and Uncle Joe for letting me store some boxes in their storage unit!

Then I had to say goodbye... My mom is really good at understanding my fast goodbyes and lets me just disappear when I have to leave (thanks, Mom). However... some people like ...

Heading to Margaretville

A travel blog entry by lahra on Jul 03, 2015

18 photos

... is very similar to the Anglesea fair we visit each New Year's Eve - lots of sideshows, rides, lights and people. The snack and treats were most interesting - candied apples dipped in all sorts of sugary desserts, fried dough made into funnel cakes - which reminded the kids of sweet, sugar-covered langos, and huge barbecued turkey legs. Everyone had a go on one thing - Mitch won a goldfish in a bag, something ...

We have worshipped at the shrine of baseball!

A travel blog entry by helenvds on Jun 30, 2015

3 photos

Cooperstown is very special. I have never seen so many shops in one place ALL with the same theme. You can get baseball jewellery (eg a crucifix made from an mlb match ball), baseball pyjamas, and even mlb official bbq tongs!!! The selection of baseball tshirts is also amazing - there is some thing for everyone as you can see from Helens new shirt! Unfortunately if you are not a ...