La Quinta Inn Rochester North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... uneventful highway driving but it was strange to see the trees in Vermont beginning to turn color. With the early evenings arriving, I guess leaf peeping won't be far away. 420 miles later, we've arrived in West Bloomfield, NY not far from Rochester.
... and drive for a few hours, gives Bruce a rest. Drove for about two hours west on I-90 through Ohio, quite boring. We figure we'll drive to just north of Chicago or until 8 tonight and stay in a Walmart, rest area or Cracker Barrel lot. Well, after trying to find ANY place to park and stay, we finally found a Cracker Barrel off I-94 in Gurnee, IL. After 13 hours, 652 miles, we're parked behind a Cracker Barrel and ready for bed. So ends our first day on the road to ...
Well, typical Olson starts, all packed ready to roll and the Jeep's lights do NOT work when hooked up to Our V! A call to Caledonia RV and an appt. for 8:45 AM tomorrow hopefully will get us on our way. Guess we'll make lemonade and go see the new Mission Impossible movie and dinner ...
... another 'John', who had been a local pharmacist and was filling in his available retirement time as a volunteer for an ambulance service. Whilst Rochester is a one night stopover, John said that when I return to the US that I should spend sometime around Finger Lakes - especially if you like Wineries.
I remember riding passed a Finger Lakes sign during my ride to Rochester - yet another spot to ...
All of my brother's clothes, books, sound equipment, and musical instruments have been loaded. We are scheduled to drive about 10.5 hours today through PA, WV, VA, and finally into TN. We'll even pass right through Fredonia! I get to be the navigator, using actual paper maps (yes they still exist). Here we ...