Baymont Inn And Suites East Syracuse
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... Let me tell you what, some of those tractor trailers fly! I was nervous a couple of times pulling our ensemble through narrow lanes in areas of road repair but we made it. Another 100 miles or so for me...yay.
For the rest of the way home, I dozed, I played sudoku, I read. It was boring but then I've made this trip so many times. Even so, once we drove through ...
We are making our way over to Niagara Falls and stopped off in Verona, NY. The campground is connected with the very nice casino, Turning Point. The casino is owned by the Oneida Indian Nation and has a cool "Tree of Life" made of 5725 lbs of glass and stands 14ft high. I did gamble at little bit and won enough to pay for one buffet dinner. So my luck is holding steady!! I ...
... ourselves to go in. Wow, is what this mansion is. There was a hidden doorway that was in the library that led to an outer hall. It is just massive with 65 rooms. We were shown the ballroom and there in the corner sat a piano. Harvey plugged in the digital piano and he played a few tunes for us. His playing was amazing as the acoustics in the ballroom was to his advantage. There are many others that live in the house, share a huge working kitchen ...
Left about 8:00 AM and crossed Oneida Lake. About 25 miles with rough water to start with but calmer as we reached the western end of the lake. Saw s kayak with a sail on our way. Docked at Cold Springs Harbor Marina for the next several days since it is near Kevin's daughter, Allie's, house. Had dinner on the boat with Allie and her boys. Hoping we can see the fireworks from ...
... by half-hour to 45 minutes. Buddy did a great job maneuvering
through tight constructions zones and jammed lanes. We did run a couple of tolls because we simply could not traverse the lanes to get to the ‘cash’ lane. Audrey, the GPS, would say, “be in either of the two left lanes” and we would be…but the ‘cash’ lane was the far right lane. I don’t ...