Placid Bay Inn
Travel Blogs from Lake Placid
... The Park Ranger was a Red Sox fan and provided some local stories.One was that feral dogs roamed the park area and so in the morning they became noisy. We usually got up early enough to start on trail ahead of the summer heat and the groups that may also be hiking. So any noise was not a hinderance to rest. As an aside , managed to hike half the 46 peaks. ...
... feel some turbulence. The pilot, Rusty, spent most of the flight drinking coffee and eating celery sticks which was actually quite comforting - he was obviously relaxed.
We touched down very gently on a very snowy runway and taxi'd to the door at the terminal, now that's service! Once we got in and the pilot delivered our bags to us, we went to call a taxi. Anthony made a couple of calls and the first guy said normally he would come straight out but his dad had hurt his hand ...
... for a hands on experience to enhance learning, where we felt fur and bogs under our feet, smelled animals and plants, handled skulls of many species from these mountains, and crawled through and under habitats on exhibit. After 2.5 hours we pulled ourselves away for our 4 plus hour drive to ...
... cut off from access because the access point has been bought by a developer. The homes surrounding the access point were clearly summer homes and by now much of the summer crowd has left, and there are weekend visitors probably owners or renters. I am not sure why this happened as the Adirondack Park has a park trail around the Lake and this was the primary access point. There is another access point, so potentially that fact gave the developer the right to cut ...
... Not as nice of day as Sat. Fred and I went back to our room and rested and enjoyed the view. Went down to hotel Macaroni Grill for dinner. Took a hot jacuzzi tub bath. Could see the lights on the falls but it was foggy. Slept in, loved having our own ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility