Water Gap Country Club
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- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... oriented. The campus is quite beautiful with many old buildings mixed in with the newer architectures. Zachary felt good about the school - but thought it might be too liberal arts oriented - he also felt it was similar to Tufts. He felt the campus was on the smaller ...
We visited Lehigh in the morning. A cold damp morning for April. After an information session with probably 180-200 people we toured the campus. Zachary felt good about the campus and the academic mix of sciences, business and engineering. This was probably the first time I was on the campus in 30 years! And boy has it changed. The old Taylor football stadium was gone and replaced with a couple ...
... paths lead to the houses, putting one foot in front of the other trudging through the latest snowfall is the norm here. Actually most do not use the front door in winter and you can see little paths from the driveway to the back. Ruts are everywhere. Tony would really stand out here with his shovelling skills.
Dinner was good, for Tony it was great. After dinner conversation and rehash of the day was better. We ...
... during its life. It is quiet. Our room opens to a garden, now covered with snow as are the Adirondack chairs on our balcony. We enjoyed our welcome treats, can't beat wine and chocolate.
Dinner was incredibly delicious. The place came alive. It is Friday night and regulars meet to exchange stories of their week in the City. Sean, the remaining owner moves around the room in his LLBean vest shaking hands and listening to everyone's travel stories before sitting down ...
... here is the lower drop, but there weren’t very good views of it, so we hiked around to see the lower drop. It was partially obscured by trees, but still a powerful drop. Next to the lower section was a thin horsetail falls cascading down. I imagine this little falls wouldn’t exist in dry conditions. From here, we hiked back to the parking area, but wanted to get another waterfall before we took off. We crossed the street and ...