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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... to paddle boarding to buying my first car. After entering my roaring 20s this past September, I am eager to continue growing as an individual and experiencing new things.
A goal I have for this year, as I'm going to be studying abroad in Barcelona, Spain is to keep a travel blog. One of my close friends Haley found this to be a good resource when she studied abroad in Italy. However, if ...
... show Emma some of the beautiful Finger Lakes landscape, especially the hills of vineyards. Unfortunately, the route we took up the east side of Cayuga Lake was devoid of vineyards except for one small patch. We may have ended up seeing another medium patch toward the end, but I was very disappointed. I am not sure Emma shared my disappointment, but I think the Finger Lakes are not as stunning in cool, rainy fall weather with the autumn leaves past their peak.
... 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 ...
... really loved these small towns which showed care or civic pride with hanging baskets in the streets, and nicely tended gardens in the majority of places.
Then we came to Ithaca. It wasn't built to have so much traffic going through it, so we got diverted through the country side to eventually meet the highway.
Paul was getting really worried, I thought it a hoot!
Next stop New Jersey.
... more intelligent than our opossums, but unfortunately for them, NOT! They are a little bigger than the opossum.
Cortland is a small town, we went out for dinner to a pub called 'Hairy Tony's'. I think our restaurants and pubs are much nicer and our meals are more attractive, us kiwis obviously take more pride in presentation. Interestingly enough we found one of the wine labels that we grow for - Kim ...