Fairfield Inn Rochester Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFairfield Inn Rochester Airport
good room. It was a good place to stay. Granted I did not spend much time in the room
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... paperwork and at that time, I couldn't even begin to picture my dining room table full of things going in my suitcase. And now I'm running over my checklists, double and triple checking I have everything to get through a whole month!
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"Adventure is out there!" -Ellie ("Up")
When we were growing up and went on family vacations, my mom was notorious for having brochures spilling out the sides of manila folders and typed up itineraries for every day. Every time she pulled out that folder at dinner, my sister, dad, and I groaned in unison. We knew the next hour would be brochure after brochure of options for the next day.
Flash forward 15 to 20 years, and I am my mother. Instead of a manila folder, I have a saved document ...
I flew back to Rochester for Memorial Day weekend for Caitlyn's baptism. We were able to get out for the first real sail of the season (a little chilly, but not bad!), I tried on some wedding dresses with Mom and Christina, and celebrated my birthday a bit early with a delicious lunch at my favorite Rochester restaurant.
Heather & Roger, and Hilary arrived to ...
... how did I wear a bigger size when I was 10 than now?!), some awesome 80s/90s toys, old school projects, and even a box full of Putt Putt Golf tickets. Now that they closed, I guess we'll never know what great prize I could have won!
It was a wonderful weekend home with beautiful weather, and we even had time to get the boat ready for the season (along with a brief sail).
... some more. We found ourselves back by the Plaza for lunch at an open air market that had 15-20 different places to get everything from paella to squid to churros. Almost too many choices. After lunch, it was time for cab back to the hotel. Note: Madrid’s cab drivers do not speak English – at least ours did not. Sarah was smart and grabbed a card from the hotel so we just gave that to the cabbie. Great idea. ...