Hampton Inn Utica
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn Utica
Travel Blogs from Utica
... 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 ...
... desserts. When darkness fell, we studied the bike map by flashlight, snug in our tent. Tommorrow's route traveled into the Adirondacks. Maura and I had dreamed about visiting this legendary mountain region for years. We fell sleep with smiles on our faces, lulled into dreamland by the soothing babble of the Black River.
... terrified to attempt this, my first solo backpacking trip and thought it would be fun to bring you all along! Hopefully the wifi gods will be reliable and I’ll be able to keep this going! I have started an iPhoto iCloud photo share of my trip, so if you have an iphone please facebook message me your phone number if you want to be included on it :) Wish me luck 12 hours till take off! Xoxo, ...
... 2,000 miles on the Harley. I haven't figured out the cost of gas exactly but we think it is around $7,000. Total expenses were $14,965.58. That includes food, gifts, gas, clothes, excursions, everything. The trip was not at all like what I thought it was going to be. I thought we would set up camp, stay a few days, have leisurely visits. It was more like a 61 day ...
... been handy, but here I was riding around on it. He told everyone we met that he had given away his spare. It made me really uncomfortable. We passed an Amish carriage with 8 people inside while we walked our bikes down the road to the only place in West Leyden that was open. It was called the Milk Plant Tavern, and it attracted mostly bikers and locals. Kevin and Penny, a couple in their 50's, were celebrating their 1-year wedding anniversary. They met at this bar 8 years ago ...