Best Western Gateway Adirondack Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Gateway Adirondack Inn Utica
Reasonable price and bkfast included!!
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Up and out at 9am. First to a local rummage sale got a brass clock, figurines, and heavy pot. Sat in the Church for a few minutes.
Then off to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Very nice museum. Highlights; Babe Ruth, who's on first, brass plaques to hall of famers..Joe DiMaggio. Bought hat for Tye, shirt for Dave. I enjoyed ...
... pills. Explained how a Dutch book speced how to set up a pharmacy, from the layout of the building to how to treat illness and make pills. We learned that going to the doctor was a last resort for people in the 1800s,vthey believed God would give them the power to heal themselves. Continued on to walk to the barns and visited 3 large horses, turkeys, roosters, lamb and cows. Walked in and out of the old homes. Some of the museum was closed for ...
... 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 ...
... I like driving on the by-ways rather than the interstate highways if I can. I hope that Emma didn't mind too much. We saw more little towns and countryside - some farmland - maybe even a few cows today - as we headed out to Cooperstown.
We didn't have much - or any to be precise - time to explore Cooperstown which has its own tourism because of the Baseball Museum here. We were headed for the Farmers Museum where our grade schools usually took a ...
... a spectacular wooded campsite on the banks of the Black River. We had the rustic bath house to ourselves, no other campers in sight. Dan warned us not to be afraid if we saw the resident hermit. He allows a "Mountain Man" to live in the deep woods along the river. Flashbacks of Deliverance make us grimace.