Econo Lodge and Suites North Syracuse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... River valley, you can't help but appreciate the beauty of the New York countryside. We stopped for dinner at the D & D Diner in Sherburne village. Two complete dinners, one of which came with a dessert, for $21...and it was really good. Try it if you are in the area.
We arrived in Eaton a little after 7 p.m. with the truck reading 73,854 and the trip at 13,845 ...
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 ...
... of the town. Come to find out he lived in Milford for a few years, moved to the Vineyard, and then up here to Auburn. He is a musician who plays the organ. We walked all over Auburn with Harvey explaining the historical facts of the area. We went by the Seward home. Seward was the senator and governor of New York who later became Secretary of State. As Secretary of State he negotiated the deal with Russia to buy Alaska. His home was a ...
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 ...
... flittering through the rushes of the swampland of Montezuma. The huge vegetable farms in the Buffalo area surprised me; fields of cabbage for as far as the eye could see. Further southwest, heading toward Pennsylvania, I thought of my friend Chel as we drove through miles and miles of grape orchards…that’s a lot of wine or jelly!
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois all had beautiful, ...