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There was a lot of energy in the air despite the dreary, overcast day. It was kind of neat. While everyone was filing into the stadium, Ben and I headed to the ESF campus, which was next to Syracuse's campus.
To our dismay, most of the campus buildings were closed and their doors locked, but we were able to enter the library and there was a new building where the cafe had been ...
Another lucky break! Staff travel on American Airlines from Chicago to Syracuse and on loaded first flight. Picked up a car at the airport then found our motel in Liverpool. A little old fashioned place but clean sheets, quiet room and good bed! Dropped our luggage off then headed out to look around. Had lunch at another sports bar called Tully's - lots of atmosphere and great chicken Mediterranean salad - too big to finish for ...
... going everyday and seeing all that we could. It was amazing and we are already planning a trip for next summer to Maine and the east coast of Canada. This was our first big trip together and I think we will be even better prepared for our next trip.
I can tell you this...my life has been enriched more than I could imagine. This country truly is, America the Beautiful.
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We took a short ride over to Chittenago Falls State Park to see a waterfall. The waterfall is very cool and there were a lot of visitors taking advantage of the sunny day. It has been raining almost the whole time we have been here. We had our picnic at the falls and decided to just relax for awhile.
... of the delay, what would have been a leisurely trip to the Erie Canal boat ride became a close thing: we got there with only 10 minutes to spare. The ride was more fun than even Marty and I expected (and we expected a lot). The captain kept up an interesting narrative explaining both the mechanics and the history of the Canal. He pointed out the original locks to the side of the current locks and told us to notice how much smaller ...