Bear Mountain Inn's Overlook Lodge
Travel Blogs from Bear Mountain
... economic challenges faced by many whom we met. We carry with us worry about the shopkeepers and merchants of a town caught in the economic doldrums of a continent that, perhaps even more and longer than the U.S., has been struggling for the past few years.
“Struggle” in Portugal seems to carry a special, historical resonance. The Portuguese would say their struggle is reflected in the concept of “Fado,” a term that ...
Woke up 11:15 Saw Ronald 11:20, he said he'd wait to take me to the station. Showered, 11:50 too late would miss train to city.uncle ray dropped me at white plains station. Bought return ticket 17.00 1:05 train express to grand central. Arrived 1:35 Met Aarthi at clock booth at 2:00 Bryant park Celsius bar, Mediterranean platter Tried to go to Madame y for cake it was closed :( Walked along, shopped at Gap Picked ...
... 8217; books during my visits to Barnes & Noble to fantasize about my own future. It’s a beautiful world no matter what drama and events are taking place. You will always find great people willing to help you out and who want you to enjoy their lifestyle and hope that you experience it for yourself. Some even go out of their ways to make sure you enjoy your stay and carry a lasting impact in your memory. Every journey is what you make of it. Honestly, I could ...
... t be complicated, but we picked a cheap motel on the other side of New York in New Jersey which required driving through the top of Manhattan Island and out again. Google Maps assured me of only having to make a dozen turns along the way so we set out on HIghway 15. Crossing into New York State, we successfully made the turn onto Cross County Parkway, but missed the turn to Highway 87 so we navigated back via the Saw Mill Parkway. OK no problems so far! At the bottom ...
... 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