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Lake Placid is an Adirondack community with small-town charm that also has a place on the global stage. It has hosted the Winter Olympics twice, in 1932 and 1980, and is a mecca for downhill and cross-country skiing enthusiasts from around the world.

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Cooperstown is synonymous with baseball. Abner Doubleday is said to have developed America’s favorite pastime there in 1839. Today, you’ll find game-related attractions like the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum, Cooperstown Bat Company, Cooperstown Dreams Park (a learning, practice and tournament facility for youth teams) and Cooperstown All Star Village, a resort featuring tournaments for players 12 and under. Everyone should attend a game at Doubleday Field. It’s a Cooperstown classic, known the world over.

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A rural vibe survives in this collection of humble peasant dwellings where thick yellowish stone walls and painted green doors whisk tourists back into the past.

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To say there are thousands of things to do and see in the Thousand Islands isn’t a stretch. There’s so much to see and do, in fact, that it’s hard to know where to begin.

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Note: Save these destinations for when it’s safe to travel again. Be sure to check the travel rules before visiting Mexico.

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