The Statler Hotel at Cornell University
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He wanted to go to some place new. Steak and grilled lamb chops. Statler Grill in the Statler Hotel. 33rd street Very nice
With 2015 being only two days away, I'm currently reflecting on all the experiences I've had this past year, and what I am looking forward to in the new year to come. I'm big on "firsts" and answering the question "when was the last time you did something for the first time?". So, I composed a list (which I'm also a fan of) of my firsts for 2015. The list contains 20 items so far, ranging from flying ...
... br> Made it to the border at 10:30am, no problems just checked the registration of the truck and trailer, where we were going, how long, the usual stuff. Headed down I-81 heading for Horseheads, NY, where we had made arrangements to "Boondock" for the night. Trip down to there had no problems just have to get used to looking for large areas to park when getting gas, food, ...
We started out from Marleen & Chris's house on Waneta Lake and drove to Hammondsport where we stopped at a bakery and had breakfast. It was a place where people knew and greeted each other by name. With the cool, rainy weather, it was pretty quiet on the streets compared to the summer high season.
From Hammonsport, we drove eastward through Watkins Glen to Ithaca. There we attempted to park in order to see/walk to one of the famous gorges on the campus ...
... finally achieve the payoff of an amazing section of falls. At the top is Fish Kill Falls which is the home of the first settlement in the county and the gristmill which was constructed in 1839.
It was during this hike that the Casey’s’ anxiety, that had started to develop during the Buttermilk Falls park hike, is now in full swing; fear of falling rocks! Jim calls this reverse-acrophobia. We already knew she struggles ...