Days Inn Rochester Thruway/Henrietta
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... 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 ...
... are also distinguished by having many very small pieces.
After going to the ATM to get cash to pay for my room and visiting the church, I was finally ready to start on my bike ride. I drove down to the Marina park off Division Street and headed east on the path. It was mostly stone dust and had some hairier gravely bits where I walked the bike rather than risking a spill. It was pretty level. There were some nice canal features - ...
... several DJs at other locations playing American music. Maybe I watch too many movies, but I guess I expected more Godfather soundtracks and less Katy Perry, but I was wrong. I’m not saying this is good or bad, but it was just interesting to me how even in the absence of people speaking English there was still a lot of people listening to music in English.
Overall this was a wonderful trip, filled with memories and experiences I will never forget.
... take this very seriously, at least at many of the places we ate, because the food was so fresh. I've learned that ingredients make all the difference in a great meal and a mediocre one. This makes me even more excited about the CSA we joined for the summer - we'll be forced to cook with the produce that is seasonal, and use fresh, local vegetables in our meals.
I'd like to try to bring the essence of this back home. Cook simple meals, with fresh ...
... flower covered alleys and lush gardens. And I hope we enjoy the cities, truly enjoy them, instead of checking off boxes of places to go.
So yes, I'll be using all our apps. But I'll also try to forget about them unless we really need or want them (so we don't get lost and have to walk along a highway in the dark).
It is a vacation, after all. And, as Bob and I always say to each other, "It's an adventure!"