Traveling Feet - July 26, 2008 - Shownotes & Audio Archive

The Baseball Hall of Fame, The Fenimore Art Museum, The Culinary Institute of America, and the region in which Fenimore's novel, “Last of the Mohicans,” depicts are all within easy reach of Cooperstown, NY where you'll visit in today's Traveling Feet episode plus exploring yacht cruising and a visit to New Hampshire all in 2 hours with Stephanie Abrams for your guide!

Listen to the show in Windows Media Format:

Hour 1

Topics Include:

The Clark Foundation's Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.

The historic Otesaga Resort Hotel, Cooperstown, NY.

How to cruise in the Caribbean, Mediterranean, from Florida, NYC, Boston or anywhere there's water on a private yacht with crew, cook and captain, affordably!


Guests Include:

Robert Faller, Director of Sales and Marketing, Otesaga Resort Hotel.

Carol Kent, Founder, Carol Kent Yacht Cruises.

Hour 2

Topics Include:

Learn about Surprising New Hampshire, its bicycle tours with stays at inns and B&B's presented by the New Hampshire BYS Association.

Visit with the owner of the Highland Lake Inn which.

Learn about the attention to every detail at the Highland Lake Inn, from fine linens to the tea that is served at their ‘tea time' that the Queen of England buys from the same Connecticut tea shop and serves at Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Balmoral!

Guests Include:

Pecco Beaufays, Innkeeper of Highland Lake Inn, East Andover, NH and President of the New Hampshire B&B Association.