Hampton Inn Utica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... antiques from around the world. I'll never forget that place...probably have nightmares.
Dinner at New York Pizza.. drove around Cooperstown to say goodbye. We loved the hold homes. Kept in excellent shape. We both love upstate New York. The homes and beautiful and history is rich. We will return. Excellent! End of another great ...
On to the Farmers Museum. Purchased three event tickets, Farmers Museum, Fennimore Cooper Art Gallery and Baseball Hall of Fame.
This was my second time to the Farmers Museum. I went as a child with my family.
After purchasing tickets, we hopped on the most beautiful Carousel. Dave rode a skunk, I was on a Long Island duck from Islip with jewels. Great ride, could have ridden on every animal. Warm sun followed us in our ...
... 1816. Closed for the season, but we explored the grounds. Most beautiful view of the entire lake. REAL MOMENT. We Must return. I was utterly amazed!!! Warm sun on my face, birds singing, Dave sharing this moment..it does not get any better than this. My heart is full!! Could have stayed all day.
On the way out ran across the oldest covered bridge which lead up to the home. Very ...
It is *************struct our itinerary a month later - it seems longer somehow.
After debating what to do: Adirondacks or Leather-stocking Land, we decided to head to Cooperstown because the fall foliage might be closer to peak whereas in the mountains of the Adirondacks and Catskills, it was now past peak.
I drove through Amsterdam - the city nearest to my home town of Perth - and pointed out some of the oddities of Amsterdam's ...
... and blue skies were a blessing that I savored on my ride through the Salmon River State Forest. The morning temperature hovered around 30 degrees, but I was dry and warm, basking in the awe inspiring views of the Salmon River watershed.
When I was crossing Redfield's Rt. 17 bridge over the Salmon ...