The innkeepers were so hospitable and attended to our every need. Here is our friend Samuel Draper who gave us the most outstanding tour of the historic district, cemetery where Mark Twain is buried and Elmira college grounds. For a personal tour contact Samuel- http://www.historicnearwestside.com/
The highlight of this parlor is the stained glass and framed silk on the walls.
Chatting with the owners Butch & Marilyn, they made us feel so welcome and the breakfast was amazing!
I cannot have Gluten so Marilyn had Gluten free muffins and toast for me. :)
Scrumptious yogurt with fresh berries and granola
Everything was so delicious!!
Dessert was decadent warm brandied bananas...mmm!!
Our room, what a comfortable bed, I slept like a baby!
Fireplace in our bedroom
In the upstairs foyer
Outside of our room in the hall
John and I stayed at the Painted Lady since I was presenting a program at the Park Church in Elmira. The Victorian furnishings in the church parlor were magnificent!
The Victorian Fashions program display
Many thanks to Samuel Draper for organizing this great event
My friend Samuel Draper who is the tour guide for the historic district of Elmira pulled out all of the stops as we toured the beautiful historic district.
John and I at the Mark Twain study c.1800 on the grounds of the Elmira College, NY.
Samuel Clemens aka Mark Twain's grave site in Wood Lawn Cemetery