Holiday Inn Johnstown - Gloversville
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Cooperstown is very special. I have never seen so many shops in one place ALL with the same theme. You can get baseball jewellery (eg a crucifix made from an mlb match ball), baseball pyjamas, and even mlb official bbq tongs!!! The selection of baseball tshirts is also amazing - there is some thing for everyone as you can see from Helens new shirt! Unfortunately if you are not a ...
Today we packed up and left Boston, heading for Cooperstown. Mark is so excited. He has been waiting FOREVER to go to Cooperstown ('the home of baseball')!! But first we had a bit more American history to do. We stopped at both Lexington and Minute man park: sites of the first battles of the American Revolution. The first battle at ...
... We arrived at our stopping point for the evening and ended up at the Schenectady Yacht Club. Well, that sounds impressive, but honestly it was nothing more than an old wooden dock with a few buildings around the grounds. The harbormaster and manager of the facility told us that improvements to the ...
... other boat at the dock shown here, ate some dinner, and sat down for some much needed rest and relaxation. We have been going non-stop for several days now, so this quiet day was much appreciated.
Some of the scenery we encountered along the way was absolutely beautiful. Here's a photo of one of those scenes.
... pills. Explained how a Dutch book speced how to set up a pharmacy, from the layout of the building to how to treat illness and make pills. We learned that going to the doctor was a last resort for people in the 1800s,vthey believed God would give them the power to heal themselves. Continued on to walk to the barns and visited 3 large horses, turkeys, roosters, lamb and cows. Walked in and out of the old homes. Some of the museum was closed for ...