Red Carpet Inn Horseheads
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... free nights through Thousand Trails. All is good out on the open road, we are each settling into our daily routine and daily responsibilities, john's in charge of making coffee and building camp fires, I am in charge of the water filter and basically knowing where everything is...."Jackie! Um...where is the tin foil?" "Jackie! Um...where is the dental floss?" We're a good ...
For people who love to see Aeroplane and Gliders Elmira Soaring Museum is a must visit. There are places where visitors can just sit and watch the gliders being towed up in the air, and there is also the possibility to purchase a Glider ride for yourself.
You can look at the pictures attached and see how the tow works and how the glide works.
Most of the people get an airtime of around 15 minutes in the glider. The day we visited, there ...
... going ahead with the slow moving people in the narrow path going below a water fall, we found that the path was slippery, wet and with a lot of sludge but with amazing beauty.
After going through this path, we found some nice Bridges and took the route towards the Main Entrance. By this time it had started raining heavy, and we took shade in an area. An elderly pair of ladies who had put in their rain coats and were carrying stairs asked us what our plans ...
... from the Corning Museum of Glass!
Before leaving at 7, we made a quick run through the gift shop. I saw a neat glass object that looked like it had jellyfish inside. I looked at the price tag for the small one and just about choked…$650! The big one was $6000! Too bad we only had carryon luggage and wouldn’t have room to fit that and my prize vase/spittoon.
A staff member recommended Fiesta Brava and an Indian restaurant whose name I ...
... bridge that was rebuilt after being washed out by the flood of 1935. If you’re going all the way to Upper Entrance to catch the shuttle bus back, I suspect it might be easier to turn around at Mile Point and enjoy the gorge again on the downhill trek back to the main entrance than to go up all the steps to get to the shuttle at the upper entrance. If you think you’ll need the shuttle, I’d park in the upper entrance, walk down the Gorge Trail to the main ...