Hampton Inn Oneonta
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... to the Northwest and the 3 NP's in Washington and to the Southern part of Texas to complete a bunch of the things on our bucket list.
Sure was good to get home and eat a real breakfast those "FREE" motel breakfasts sure leave a lot to be desired. We did eat some great food and used Trip Adviser Restaurant guide as our way of getting the good ones.
Thanks to all who made comments on the blogs.
Jim and Robbie
Very scenic drive through New York State, heading toward the Adirondacks - the trees are very green but with some fall colours just starting. The campsite is rustic and very quiet, not too busy.
Highlights: Downtown Corning, beautiful town with old buildings and pretty parks
Rest stops are labelled "Text Stops" - very clever!
... wild animals and chariots were all hand carved and hand painted. He insisted that the towns never charged anyone to ride on his Merry-go-rounds! They all still operate from Memorial Day to Labor Day, free of charge. We were even able to take Fox on the oldest of the six. Made in 1920, it has 60 jumping horses, four abreast, two chariots and an original Wurlitzer Military Band Organ. I'm just a big kid at ...
... We went to the Baseball Hall of Fame, which was surprisingly small looking to me. Bill's friend, Scott Russell, has a friend who works there, so he left us free tickets and a couple books at the desk. We all went it, Julia and I stayed and took a couple pictures at the sad little Mariner's mock locker and then skedaddled out of there. On the way out, we looked at a couple displays - Babe Ruth and the tribute ...
... is the best for RV’s and is just past the golf course and the Fenimore Art Museum on the right. The shuttle costs $2.00 per person for the day with a number of stops and narration by the driver. The OmmeGang Belgium Brewery south of town has tours, tasting and an interesting café.