Weathervane Farm-Guest House

Address: 2088 Spring Street, Hamilton, New York, 13346, United States | B&B
 
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Travel Blogs from Hamilton

Erie Canal Trail

A travel blog entry by beroske on Jul 12, 2015

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From Waterford to Utica, we rode along the Erie Canal trail. A very nice path, which was quite flat for a change, that took us through forests and wooded areas. On our fourth day, we cycled around 90km. We spent our first night inside, at Michael's place, a very kind guy who owns a diner in Fultonville, NY. He showed us around and very kindly let us sleep ...

Leaaaaving on a United Airlines Plane...

A travel blog entry by heatherjohnson on Jul 03, 2015

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... how much they can push the limits... Kim and Uncle Joe were very nice to drop me off at the airport on Thursday night. In fact, Uncle Joe was SO nice that he insisted on walking me in and waited for me to get my tickets.I was cursing at him in my head the entire time because I couldn't hold it together. I think that the United Airlines guy was too because DANG, that guy kept his distance! So much for all of that time ...

We have worshipped at the shrine of baseball!

A travel blog entry by helenvds on Jun 30, 2015

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... fan there is really not much to do in Cooperstown, especially when it is raining cats and dogs!! Tom and Helen did see some Native American Indian art at the fenimore museum and take a trolley ride around town, but it was hard to escape the baseball. But Alex and mark thoroughly enjoyed the baseball hall of fame ( or the basketball hall of fame as the customer service ...

Mark can't wait......

A travel blog entry by helenvds on Jun 29, 2015

... surprisingly short and no one knows to this day who shot the first gun sparking the revolution. The battle at minute man park/ between concord and back towards Charlestown was fought over 16 miles and went on over a whole day! But we only spent an hour or so there. We arrived at Cooperstown at around 17.30 and headed into town for ...

Manlius Clambake

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 09, 2015

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... infectious. They all know what a wonderful opportunity they have to learn and are taking advantage of it. Because of this there are virtually no discipline problems. It is gaining quite a reputation for the Arts. In a regional competition regarding musical theater, Manlius’ production of “Cabaret” was up against a dozen other school productions and received 12 out of 14 nominations for awards, winning best show and best male lead. A student ...