Franklin Square B&B

Address: 35 West Seneca Street, Oswego, New York, 13126, United States | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 35 West Seneca Street, Oswego, is near H. Lee White Marine Museum and Seaway Trail.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Franklin Square B&B Oswego

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Travel Blogs from Oswego

Niagara Bound

A travel blog entry by cathricksm on Apr 19, 2015

4 photos

We rose early, had alight breakfast and were on the road by 7am. The highway was very good, light traffic most of the way and straight! We arrived in Niagara Falls around 3.30, settled in and then walked to our first views of the Falls. They are every bit as amazing as I imagined. We had dinner at Johnny Rocker's after which I retired and Rick and Mum went to the ...

Oswego

A travel blog entry by mpeacock on Jan 30, 2015

19 photos

... 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 ...

Day 66 Fairhaven To Port Ontario, NY Mile: 3,535

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 13, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... amenities needed were heat and a shower. Verizon came through with spotty service so I was able to reach MTC and tell her of my whereabouts. I was defrosting in the hot shower when Maura arrived. She walked across the street and bought a cherry pie and a bag of chocolate chip cookies from a young Mennonite man that sets up a baked goods stand every ...

Day 65 Macedon To Fair Haven, NY Mile: 3,495

A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 12, 2014

1 comment, 29 photos

... 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 ...

A late reflection!

A travel blog entry by saramcd on Feb 13, 2012

Hello to everyone out there still reading this blog! I just want to say thank you, I've been back in New York for about a month and a half, and wanted to write one last blog reflecting a bit on my experience in Ecuador. I can't believe the trip is over, I miss it so much there!

This experience was one thousand percent life-changing for me. The culture of Ecuador is so beautiful, so vastly different, from anything I have ever found myself in. I miss ...