BEST WESTERN Inn Of Cobleskill

121 Burgin Dr, Cobleskill, New York, 12043, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 121 Burgin Dr, Cobleskill, is near Howe Caverns, Secret Caverns, and Iroquois Indian Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Cobleskill

    Last day in Ballston Spa

    A travel blog entry by rmadventures on Jul 20, 2014

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    Saturday was our last day in Ballston Spa, we headed over to Congress park in downtown Saratoga. This is one of our favorite places to visit! We fed the ducks, rode the carousel, ate some sea salt caramel ice cream and checked out a local bookstore. Afterwards we headed to Aunt Darlene's and Uncle Bill's for an afternoon ...

    Baseball and more Baseball

    A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Jul 20, 2014

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    ... cottages have no property. The front is on the water held up with wooden posts and the back door less than a foot from the road.

    Arrived in Cooperstown and wow................baseball baseball baseball. Every store, restaurant, pub, florist, bakery is named with a baseball theme. First stop was the Baseball Hall of Fame. I enjoyed it for 1 hour, Chris for 4. Really? You need to read all 250+ hall of famer's plaques? I have ...

    Thunderstorms and Cooperstown

    A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 07, 2014

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    On the drive to Cooperstown, David teaches us a new game called "My Cow," which keeps us entertained for a good long while. The baseball hall of fame and museum is awesome. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and other baseball heroes are inspiring, and the museum really showcases baseball as the ...

    Fifteen miles on the Erie Canal. . . and then some

    A travel blog entry by satisfaction on Jun 18, 2014

    4 comments, 62 photos

    ... and we arrived to find several other Loopers. John cleaned fuel filters here, and Sue and Pat relaxed in preparation to commence travel on the Erie Canal. We viewed several You Tube videos of proper lock-through techniques and the various types of tie-ups to the locks in the Canal. The next day we got our chance to experience seven locks - all being mid-ship ties around poles in the lock walls. Sue and Pat did and admirable job in the rain that started to come ...

    Fort Plain to St. Johnsville

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on May 28, 2014

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    ... to three blasts of their air horns. But this dock is nice and quiet as it is farther from the tracks.

    I took a bike ride to explore a remnant of the original canal, Lock 33. Lock 33 was built in 1824, enlarged in 1840 and 1888, and abandoned in 1918.

    Our canal companions invited us aboard to share a pot ...