Bear Mountain Inn's Overlook Lodge
Travel Blogs from Bear Mountain
... more (not that this group needs any help with that) and into becoming a more cohesive group. Then we started really learning how to have constructive dialogues. I always love this part of the training process. Being an active listener has not been one of my strenghts and the discussion on sustained dialogue always reminds me of how I can improve in this area. If only we could all master the art of having constructive ...
... literally means “doom.” Fado is mostly used to describe a musical style unique to Portugal that epitomizes a historical intensity of sadness that comes from personal loss--initially wives and lovers who lost their seafaring men to their passion for exploring the ends of the earth--many of them gone, never to return.
Thus, we carry with us the memory of a wonderful Fado singer we heard and a glimpse of her passion when, at the end of ...
... there. The very famous and most prized jewel of that region, the very husband of the late Grace Kelly, died just recently. It was a historic event and I was in the middle of it. I was able to visit the palace and see the streets crowded for Prince Rainier III at what was to be his funeral. Being very young, and as an excuse, American, I knew nothing of the significance of such a prominent and deeply loved figure in Europe, err…no…the world. I was in the middle ...
... br> The university campus is pretty big and takes up most of the 'downtown' leaving all the shops and business surrounding it. We weren't sure about where to walk first so we walked through the Common area and through the old Yale Square. We came back via York Street and the Grove Street Cemetary and had a quick look at Hillhouse Avenue before returning to the car. Before we headed out of the city, Steffi made sure she got her Yale shirt!
The rest of the ...
... in the freezing cold around the lake, thought we were going up the mountain but took a wrong turn. We walked past the ice skating rink, tempted, then back to what ended up being the bottom of the cliff face our hotel was on. In adventure mode we decided to climb back up the slippery wet leaves. We then went to a town about 20 minutes away for dinner at a recommended pub. Here we got to try Christmas Pumpkin Beer and I had ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting