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Today we mostly drove across New York and into the popular Adirondack region. Along the way we saw everything from turkeys with chicks to deer along the road. Not sure where we were headed, we looked up white water rafting and plugged an outfitters address in the GPS. Many hours and windy roads later we meet Rebecca, the owner of ...
... the town in the evening. The kids enjoyed the gelato. We stopped at an outdoor bar named Gaffney's for a drink and snack. We sat amongst the outdoor lights and played several rousing games of UNO-my favorite family time of the dar. A quick room change (due to a street level window that wouldn't close) took us to a more spacious room. We really enjoyed our "stop over" and would love to come back during horse and music ...
... shot which did not work out well as there was construction and most of the area was blocked off for parking and I did not want to pay at the public lot to take one picture so we wasted some time there and then the drive up the mountain on top of it. The total drive set us back a few hours though beyond when I expected to leave. We had to pick up Jym at the airport in Harrisburg ...
... moving in on us so we hastened our step and got back on the road, now in New York, heading down 9N all the way down the length of Lake George. There were relatively few actual viewpoints although you are literally driving right next to the lake on one side and the mountains on the other. It was quite a unique drive.
We finally arrived in Lake George. I had not booked a hotel and we decided to stop for something to eat although for some reason ...
... of Cascade Mountain.
After a hike like Cascades, what could be better than a lazy Sunday at the beach? So, we hang out at Rogers Memorial Park in Bolton Landing for most of the day watching the boats go forth and back and the tour boats blast their steamship horns.
We have had a fantastic time sampling a small taste of the Adirondacks. The Adirondack Park is 6.1 million acres and is the largest publicly protected area in the ...
Other places to stay in Diamond Point
3842 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $115
- Had a great stay at the Juliana Motel
- Well maintained.
- Great Place to stay!
3648 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point | 3 star hotelfrom $164
3914 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $69
3629 Lake Shore Dr, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $186
3908 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $154
3940 Lakeshore Drive, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $98
3716 Lake Shore Drive, Diamond Point | Hotelfrom $89