Days Inn Corning
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For people who love to see Aeroplane and Gliders Elmira Soaring Museum is a must visit. There are places where visitors can just sit and watch the gliders being towed up in the air, and there is also the possibility to purchase a Glider ride for yourself.
You can look at the pictures attached and see how the tow works and how the glide works.
Most of the people get an airtime of around 15 minutes in the glider. The day we visited, there ...
... was a overpriced gift shop and parking.
The detailed map is available in the below link.
We started our walk taking the Gorge Trail. The start was with some steps where we found a lot of people who were waiting on the sides and seemed to be really tired. So we knew that there was a lot of walking to be done in the hours to come. After walking for half an hour through the ...
... and pulled the kayak up on the bank. Then we followed the sound to the falls, wading through thigh deep water to get there. The falls were a lot bigger than I expected. Some young guys had climbed up onto the falls. It looked awfully dangerous to me but that’s what young guys do. The whole trip there and back took 1 hr 45 min, beating the other couple both ways.
After we checking in the kayak we had a Reuben sandwich and awesome sweet potato fries (crinkle cut, ...
... to the lake between the restrooms and the picnic area. The lake was only 10 min from Bear Trail but it wasn’t much to see. It looked more like a small pond with a bunch of grass on the far end. There was a footbridge crossing the creek to the left and the trail continued around the lake on the right.
We asked someone we passed if there was anything worth seeing beyond that point and he suggested taking the footbridge to the old stone dam just a few minutes from ...
We got up on Thursday morning and headed out for Niagara Falls. It was about 150 miles, and the first fifty miles of the drive took us up along the west side of Seneca Lake. What gorgeous country! This is the heart of New York wine country, and vineyards and wineries were everywhere on our drive north. We stopped for a break in the town of Geneva, New York, one of the prettiest little towns I have seen in a very long time. ...