Comfort Inn & Suites Syracuse Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... not know, snowmen are made from rolling three snowballs into a shape. The snow was dry and powdery so it would not bond together into a ball, only the heat through the gloves would help to melt enough to set into a ball, so the result was a rather talk looking snowman, dubbed the Aussie Snowman, a bit different from the traditional version! Brian and Leane took us sightseeing of the towns surrounding Oswego of New York State. ...
... Mike - 19 pounds Katie - 54 pounds This doesn't include carry on either, and believe me, Katie's carry on is much heavier than mine. She packed light though... :-) Fun things seen at the airport: • woman wearing headphones and blasting a movie out of her phone at full volume. Ah technology -- it's tricky! • old people smashing over chairs because they have no idea how big their luggage ...
Nothing like waiting until the last second to pack. One night in NYC and two weeks in Australia. In NYC we're going to head into the city to have dinner with a friend, then back to the hotel. We're not leaving super early from JFK, but its early enough that it's going to be hard to get rest. The expectation level for this trip has been interesting. On my previous trips to Europe ...
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There was a lot of energy in the air despite the dreary, overcast day. It was kind of neat. While everyone was filing into the stadium, Ben and I headed to the ESF campus, which was next to Syracuse's campus.
To our dismay, most of the campus buildings were closed and their doors locked, but we were able to enter the library and there was a new building where the cafe had been ...
... destined for the next little town's ice cream shop. My cousin, Dan and his wife Denise, raved about the good times they had meeting friendly people while navigating the length of the Erie Canal on their long distance houseboat adventure. Maybe one day, Maura and I could bike or walk the 365 miles between Albany and Buffalo.