Econo Lodge Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up to sunshine which was the first we had seen in days so I was sort of feeling torn between racing home or spending a few moments checking out the Lake. We asked for some suggestions from the front desk and got a great tip to take the scenic drive up Prospect Mountain which was literally a few blocks away. The drive cost $10 but had several view points out over the lake ...
... than what we had planned. We had pulled over at some smaller falls and another car stopped and asked us if we knew where Moss Glen Falls was. We did not. Although the small picnic area we had stopped at was quite lovely. We did find Moss Glen up the road a ways and it was an easy view right off the highway. We then took Rt 125 across the Green Mountain National Forest where we again happened upon Texas Falls…another waterfall that was unexpected but well ...
... to experience one of the few remaining virgin forests in the Adirondacks. And for those of you paying attention, I did use the words “climax” and “virgin” in the same sentence.
For our next day trip, we decide to drive up the scenic byway through the middle of the Adirondacks where there are many lakes. Our roadway parallels the Hudson River which provides us with fantastic waterside views of the river along with ...
We have been in Ballston Spa since August 10 and having a wonderful time. The kids are just delightful. The schedule here is busy and we fall into bed at our usual 9:00 many nights earlier than that. We plan to leave on Sept 8th. Everyone is back in school by then and the nights are getting colder. We still haven't resolved our electrical problems. We had a relay ...
... also gave us the right to stop and have some ice cream at Martha's again:)
After the hike we went to a bead shop in Glens Fall. The shop was in a very big building that had been a shirt and dress factory back, McMullen and Leavens Shirt Factory. It at one time had 700 employees and even sold shirts to Roosevelt when he visited his home on Lake George. They are said to have ...