La Quinta Inn Rochester North

Address: 1956 Lyell Ave, Rochester, New York, 14606, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1956 Lyell Ave, Rochester, is near Frontier Field, Susan B. Anthony House, Genesee River's High Falls, and Dora Stratou Greek Dances Theatre.
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    Travel Blogs from Rochester

    Canalway Trail - Palmyra West Past Fairport

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 17, 2015

    105 photos

    ... being on the canal. There are canalfront houses, condos, docks with Adirondack chairs set up on them. There was a marine and kayak rental operation, a big park with lots of people feeding ducks, biking and walking their dogs. I saw more people here than I usually see or have ever seen on any other section of the canalway trail I think. Farther on, the Fairport crew were rowing on the canal. I rode a bit farther ...

    Canalway - Palmyra to Lyons

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 16, 2015

    66 photos

    ... waterfall on the Ganargua River, quite a few steel bridges, locks, a drydock. You couldn't see the canal that well because of the vegetation by the side of the path but it was quite close. The village of Newark had a dock with some interesting murals that I liked. I decided to bike on to Lyons. It was supposed to have murals as well but I only found one in a park next to their docking area.

    I turned around at Lyons and rode ...

    Bob's Recap

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    Just a few of my (Bob's) notes about some themes and overall thoughts about this trip.


    The Locals

    The person who showed us our Airbnb in Venice, Orial, asked me about what I thought about the people in my first visit to Italy, and to Europe. I tried to explain it to him, but I had a hard time doing it then, and I'm kind of having a hard time writing it too. I also have to disclaim/qualify that I fully understand that I have had a small glimpse of ...

    Meg's Reflections about Italia

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... then ENJOY them. Savor them. Set the fork down. Talk. Linger. And, of course, end with an espresso (but probably decaf, so I can sleep). Most of all - eat at the table.
    I think someone said, maybe Christian, even, that Americans eat to fuel themselves. Italians eat for pleasure. I'd like to think there's a balance there, of good fuel (fresh vegetables, lean meats) and great pleasure (decadent olive oil, dessert every once in a while, enjoying the company ...

    On Technology & Travel

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... in to places that looked cute.

    And we had a great time (well, except for that one time we got legitimately lost and ended up walking along a highway for awhile in the dark).

    Where's the balance between using technology and being spontaneous?

    I'd like to experience getting lost and uncovering adorable places with Bob. I hope we find places off the beaten path that I didn't star in advance. I hope we ...