Fairfield Inn Corning Riverside
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn Corning Riverside
Travel Blogs from Corning
... wind which I was told is not good for Gliding. Good wind ensures that the glider is in the Air for a longer Duration.
There is also an amusement park closeby where children can enjoy, and you also get to see a Big Golf Course, with people trying their shots.
Overall a nice place if you are passing by Elmira, or are visiting Watkins, to add to the places to visit. I doubt anyone would like to travel 4-5 hours to just visit this place.
... trail and taking some pictures, we took the diversion to the South Rim Trail, which took us to the South entrance of the Park. The south entrance is where the swimming pool is.We had our lunch here, and then started back walking taking the Gorge Trail. Found the pond with White Lotus flowers here.. and then touched the Indian Trail. Here were some stairs that took us in the caves ultimately ending in the waterfall This was the most crowded area we had seen so ...
... fries with honey butter on top) at the Village Marina right next door. That hit the spot!
On to the Corning Museum of Glass. We spent almost 6 hrs in that amazing place and we didn’t see everything. We chceekd out the various exhibits in between attending demonstrations: glass blowing, glass flaming, fiber optics and breaking glass and a 1hr tour of their glass collection with a docent (that turned into 1hr 20 mins) . Then we repeated the glassblowing demo at ...
... was a nice little diversion. The spillway from the dam created a nice fall that we had seen at the back of the picnic area as we were coming in but we didn’t see a way to get to it. On the way back we saw a little footpath going down a slope into the area so we went that way. It seems like access to a picnic area (with tables) would be more obvious but we didn't see another way to access it even once we were in there.
It was worth it to do that little ...
... and stately mansions lined the main road through this quaint little burg, and I would definitely put this on the list of "must see when I get back this way."
A hundred miles and $4.40 in tolls on the New York Thruway brought us through Buffalo and into the city of Niagara Falls. My initial impression was not favorable, as this place defines the phrase "tourist trap". T-shirt shops, hokey attractions, and ...