Cooperstown Beaver Valley Cabins & Campsites

Address: 138 Towers Rd, Cooperstown, New York, 13326, United States | Campground
 
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Travel Blogs from Cooperstown

Top Ten Jobs If You Love To Travel

A travel blog entry by 1stworldview on Jun 02, 2015

... br> city sights and cultural excursions. Study up on the history and culture
of your city of choice, and don't forget to brush up on the local
language!


(5)Archaeologist


Archaeologists travel the world to recover and preserve artifacts from
past human cultures. Careers in archaeology require frequent travel,
often to remote regions of the earth.


A benefit of speaking one of the world's most ...

Day 3. Baseball Hall of Fame

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on May 01, 2015

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... antiques from around the world. I'll never forget that place...probably have nightmares.

Dinner at New York Pizza.. drove around Cooperstown to say goodbye. We loved the hold homes. Kept in excellent shape. We both love upstate New York. The homes and beautiful and history is rich. We will return. Excellent! End of another great ...

Day 2 Continued-Farmers Museum, Art Museum, Brewer

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Apr 30, 2015

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... As was a lot of Cooperstown.

Left around noon and went over to the James Fennimore Cooper Art Museum. There we saw a wonderful Indian artifacts. Perhaps a little disappointed that they did not tell the story of James Fennimore Cooper and history of Cooperstown. Had a wonderful lunch at on the veranda which reminded me of Powerscourt outside of Dublin.

Next was a stop two thrift stores where we picked up a few little ...

Day 2 Glimmerglass Park - Hyde Hall

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Apr 30, 2015

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... State Park at the north east end of Otsego.

We were the only people in this glorious park. It felt like it was waiting for us. As we drove by the Beach area and camp grounds, we happened across this large Home which overlook the lake. It was closed and we felt like we stumbled on an abandoned site. But we found out this wonderful home is called Hyde Hall built by George ...

Day 1 - Front Royal to Cooperstown, NY

A travel blog entry by jeanbutler on Apr 29, 2015

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... for Dave. He loved that year in his life, away from Lima, Ohio for the first time. It was there he knew he wanted to see more of the world, he would not be staying in Lima. Beautiful setting, church has been turned into a library. Dave looked so happy. We were greeted by a staff member who gracefully showed around. She was very proud of her University. We will visit again. Since Dave's Mom and Sister never saw the Seminary, we took pictures and videos ...

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