Fairfield Inn Rochester Airport
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good room. It was a good place to stay. Granted I did not spend much time in the room
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... butter or margarine. It was good but very filling. So even though Barbara said I could have seconds and thirds, I only managed about 2/3 of my original portion. Thus fortified, I set off and arrived at the Aqueduct Park to bike in a westerly direction. Today's ride was very relaxing in a way. The surface was still stone dust mostly but fairly even and very flat. This is one of the flattest sections of the ...
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