Carriage House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... town sits on the edge of the Great Lake Ontario. This was a spectacular sight and we could not see the other side of the lake, it is so vast. The water was icy, and cold, some areas are frozen over on the top but underneath it is still churning. Fort Ontario sits on the edge of the lake and is a reminder of the days gone by, interesting building in the shape of a star. The little lighthouse off in the distant is very ...
... now. Omg, I had to go up to the attic and get out a good suitcase, that was gross because omg there were so many spider webs and ****, you wouldn't believe it. But once I had my suitcase I just threw in whatever I could find. I'm pretty sure I have couple pairs of decent jeans for chilly nights, a I brought my new top that I begged my dad to was a few days ago, hallelujah moment when I saw it on my bed when I got home from school.im not bringing any training clothes, but I did bring my ...
... only be on the Erie Canal Trail for a few miles to Palmyra. Surly and I got our last looks at the empty waterway as we cruised to our Northbound turn toward Lake Ontario. I envisioned the canal chock full of pleasure boats and colorful kayaks on a summer's day. Families of bike riders and walkers filing past on the restored ...
... Safe travels, John!
Soon I arrived at Lock #30 and Maura introduced me to Jeff, the very friendly Chief Lock Master. Earlier, he explained to Maura the intricate workings of the canal locks. Today had been a particularly slow day, only three boats passed through. Jeff said we were welcome to use the Elmer Clark Pavilion and ...