Comfort Inn Fairgrounds
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... donation or $5 for guided tour), and FREE PARKING EVERYWHERE (at least as far as I could tell). In the basement of the visitor center are public restrooms and showers for the boaters that travel through, but I would imagine anyone could use them if necessary.
... roadside assist. One 'phone call and they were ever so helpful. Car would be picked up within the hour and taken to local transmission company. They also checked with Camping World that there was somewhere safe for us to leave the trailer. Sounded like hotel accommodation for us. Camping World went over and beyond in customer service (after all on that occasion we bought a light bulb). Out came three guys, they said that we could stay on site in the trailer, they connected ...
... center cleat of our boat during this process. They finally got their act together and there was no damage to any boats during this move.
So we headed out to the channel toward the canal to go through more locks. This will be the first time that we are on the boat by ourselves and locking through with just the two of us.
As we traveled through the ...
... lived in when he was little and the owner was kind enough to invite us in to take a look. We then drove to see Adams elementary school, and began our trip east toward Syracuse. Immediately upon arriving in Syracuse we hit up Mannys t-shirt shop on Marshall street and loaded up on much needed Syracuse gear! Panda West, the location of our first date was still a staple on that street after all ...
... later in the evening that he was pretty anxious about this process as well.
The only boat to enter the lock with us was a trawler that had two people on it. One was the captain of the boat - a gentleman about our age. The second was an elderly gentleman that was working the ropes in the lock. I looked back at them ...