Extended Stay America - Rochester - Greece
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my very best to blog about the things I'm doing, sites I'm seeing, food I'm eating, and the people I'm meeting. My hope is that technology will be on my side so I can keep friends and family up to date on my month long adventure.
It's hard to believe this trip is finally here. This journey began in October of last year with ...
... have them available offline (as I've heard the wifi is spotty there).
I heart Google Drive. And if you're planning a trip with someone (like Bob and I are), it's extra wonderful because we can share (and edit in real time) all of these documents.
It's not fancy like some of the other trip planners (I attempted to use TripIt but gave up), but it's flexible and allows you to write as much as you want and organize everything in one place.
... s baptism on Saturday and we had a nice time visiting with family friends at a reception afterwards.
It was wonderful to have a few extra days with family before heading north and especially to stock up on Caitlyn cuddles!! (You can probably tell how much I'm going to miss this munchkin based on the number of pictures of her here:)) Thank goodness for Facetime and Skype!
After about a week driving up the east coast, I arrived in Rochester in time to join Mom and Dad for the Herb & Wine Festival on Cayuga Lake. We had a great time tasting wine on a beautiful spring day and ended the day with 6 bottles and about 30 plants to prove it:)
The rest of the week I spent a LOT of time going through boxes from my childhood, including too many oversized ...
... you read about in Pillars of the Earth – gothic style with stain glass windows, buttresses, arched domes – almost too much to take in. As much a museum and a church; spectacular but not as reverent as Santa Cruz. Right next to the cathedral is the Royal Palace, home of Filipe VI. Nice place; looks like a lot of bathrooms but we couldn't get close. We went across the street for a cappuccino and then ...