Wyoming Travel Guide

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Wyoming Restaurants

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    by davecallahan Written Apr 10, 2007

    The Hill Side Inn shows two faces to its customers.
    It has an elegant fine dining room for the black-tie crowd and it has the casual dining pub for the polo shirt crowd.

    The dining room is wood and cloth, rug and hearth, silver and crystal. In other words, way above my budget. (see the website below if you are interested in the dining room).

    The garden and pub rooms are metal and formica, stools and bar, beer coasters and corelleware. We had the Onion Soup and the Caesar Salads and a white wine. Cheese cake and coffee for dessert. And that still cost us $25 per person.

    The experience of going to this fine restaurant was worth it one time but it was much too costly for a second meal there.

    The staff was excellent in their service. The food was prepared well and served speedily but without rush. It was a great restaurant and the food was delicious.

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Wyoming Local Customs

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    crowd listening to live music

    by davecallahan Written Apr 10, 2007

    A festival in Wyoming, NY to celebrate the pumpkin and apple harvests and to just get together and have a great old time.

    It is usually scheduled for the last weekend in September but check the website below for time and date details.

    The festival has arts and crafts exhibits and sales; entertainment from reputable local bands; dancers and clowns and magicians; food and drink; fun and a good time.

    See the website below for where to park and for entertainment schedules.

    Come one, Come all, Appleumpkin's fun in fall.

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Wyoming Warnings and Dangers

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    lock it up to be safe

    by davecallahan Updated May 2, 2007

    Although Wyoming generally rates in the top 20% of safe places to visit, there is a fair number of non-auto thefts that occur. The rating for theft in the area is "slightly above" average risk on the crime statistics chart. There are 2 sex offenders in the area also.

    You will probably want to be a bit more cautious and make sure that your car door is locked and that valuables are secured out of sight. Use this information to help protect yourself while visiting Wyoming, NY

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