We spent three days visiting and attending lectures. All lectures were fascinating and well done. One presentation brought 1200 attendees to the Hall of Philosophy which only holds 600 - should have been done in Amphitheater. My loved the ambiance of the brick walks, victorian houses, and wanted to be Chautauquan. I found the old wood benched painful to sit on (had to show up an hour prior to be assured of seating. There is quite a bit of walking as the shuttle buses are always somewhere else. Everyone who worked there has a degree in niceness and helpfulness. Very interesting place to visit at least one time. Majority of persons there were senior citizens or would be soon.
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