Hope Lake Lodge & Conference Center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHope Lake Lodge & Conference Center Cortland
Awesome place to stay busy and also relax. Wish there was more stuff around the area rather than driving 10-15 minutes.
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... was happening later in evening and I told the man we would be in and out in an hour which we were. We parked on the grass by other trucks with boat triailers and got out easily
The hike was pretty neat up into this gorge formed over past 12,000 years fro mwater erosion by the river. We walked along part of the river bed so Sraddha could cool off by getting feet wat on return trip.
The fall is 215 ft high. Tallest in New ...
... picnic lunch. It was so nice with no flies or mozzies. Very few people so definitely no noisy radios like yesterday. Idyllic in fact!
There was a small military museum but we gave it a miss.
As we were driving along, I saw a sign to a waterfall, and wanted to investigate. Great name Taughannock Falls. Almost as good as some names in NZ eh! I really like the rock colours round it.
... across the road, very quiet and large recreational area with a few small boats. We had stopped much further back at a secluded spot where lake houses lined the lake front.
We have seen a lot of wild deer making the most of the greenery while we have travelled the interstate freeways here. They are a lot smaller than our red deer at home. Have also seen a few raccoons on the roadside, thought they would ...
... flittering through the rushes of the swampland of Montezuma. The huge vegetable farms in the Buffalo area surprised me; fields of cabbage for as far as the eye could see. Further southwest, heading toward Pennsylvania, I thought of my friend Chel as we drove through miles and miles of grape orchards…that’s a lot of wine or jelly!
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois all had beautiful, ...
... as to where I could go in these three weeks… the world was my oyster. (Note: this is a complete exaggeration. I could only go as far as my wallet would allow!)
Taylor, one of my best friends from high school, graciously kept me company for 10 full days, hopping from city to city at all hours of the day, sacrificing sleep along the way. We explored Rome in a day, and sprinted from one fast train station to the next (who knew there were two!) We hike ...