Comfort Suites Syracuse - Cicero
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... to motorhomes seems to cost about twice what you think it should. Even if you get used to this and start to expect prices about twice what they should be, then it still seems that it ends up being twice that amount. We stopped at Harbor Freight to get a grommet set (about a $5 item) and ended up leaving with a whole basket of stuff costing $80 and smelling like Harbor Freight ourselves. Ted thinks that’s cool, but Sheree isn’t so sure.
On our ...
Had a beautiful drive through New York and western Massachusetts. Then arrived in Somerville where Lora and Nimah live. They have a cute apartment in a great area. Nimah can walk to work and Lora has a short drive. Took a walk around the neighborhood and then took the subway to ...
... me, so I may never know. I'll be relieved to go separate ways from him in Ticonderoga. I met a man at camp who did the northern tier bike route with his wife. He shared a bunch of stories and even went into detail on how she got into biking and influenced him. He got a faraway look in his eyes. He said she was killed on a bike 2 months after the trip. It was really sad. He said he's since met another ...
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 ...