Pollywogg Holler Eco-Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPollywogg Holler Eco-Resort Belmont
We stayed here for 3 weeks as part of a work exchange program. We learned quite a bit and enjoyed our time with Bill and his family.
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... History Museum we saw Dorothy's Ruby Red slippers, a baseball signed by Babe Ruth, The original American flag, all the First Ladies dresses this was our favourite museum by far!! We headed back to the hotel and got ready for our dinner in Georgetown. As we drove though Georgetown it was so pretty lots of brownstone houses and apartments and boutique shops just like what you see in the movies. We had a really nice dinner in a little ...
We left Conneaut Thursday morning, crossed the corner of Pennsylvania and headed to New York. Our first destination was Letchworth State Park in Castile, NY to see the eastern US's answer to the Grand Canyon and Niagra Falls. The park is not huge and a bit confusing when driving through. The gorge is pretty impressive and very pretty to see, and the falls ...
So here we are , , , in our warn, cozy home, Happy to be here, even though we look out the window and see nothing but white. It is beautiful and serene. Even though it is cold and snowy, even though I have chemo today, even though I can't remember where I put anything before we left, I am so happy to be here. Wonderful friend Mary ...
... went for a bike ride and walk in park. The four of us then went rafting on the river, only gentle rapids, for the afternoon with a tour. Not bad, something different. Back at the park we lit the fire once again. BBQ dinner with baked spuds wrapped in alfoil cooked in the coals. It's terrible all these BBQ’s but you just gotta do it.
... Lower Falls. Maybe not the most imaginative names but quite spectacular. (We saw Middle and Upper Falls. I’m assuming Lower Falls was on a par with its siblings.)
A much better day than yesterday. Didn’t get lost once.