The Otesaga Resort Hotel
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
TripAdvisor Reviews The Otesaga Resort Hotel Cooperstown
Travel Blogs from Cooperstown
... in the bathroom for a good ten minutes before going through security. And I still looked depressed because I got a lot more smiles and "have a good flight!"s than usual.
So, here I am in New York. Grandma and Grandpa picked me up and now we're in Brookfield at their house. It feels weird that I'm not going back to Washington in a few weeks but as my smart Grandma says, I'm "moving on to bigger, better things." ...
... fan there is really not much to do in Cooperstown, especially when it is raining cats and dogs!! Tom and Helen did see some Native American Indian art at the fenimore museum and take a trolley ride around town, but it was hard to escape the baseball. But Alex and mark thoroughly enjoyed the baseball hall of fame ( or the basketball hall of fame as the customer service ...
... surprisingly short and no one knows to this day who shot the first gun sparking the revolution. The battle at minute man park/ between concord and back towards Charlestown was fought over 16 miles and went on over a whole day! But we only spent an hour or so there. We arrived at Cooperstown at around 17.30 and headed into town for ...
We traveled through several locks and arrived at the lock before Little Falls (Lock #18) just in time to get a spot at the city dock.
They were hosting a car show when we arrived, and although it started to rain, the car show was in full swing. This was a nice stopping point. We tied up for the night ...
... On the homestretch I began to see rabbits - I counted 9 rabbits - mostly cottontails. I wondered if these were new or whether all the rabbits I have seen on the bike path were cottontails too. Maybe it is the time of the year and their tails are extra fluffy and noticeable? I also saw a squirrel run across the path in front of me and a woodchuck.
This 28 mile ride took me 4 hours and I really didn't make that many stops except to take photos of the phlox.