Hampton Inn & Suites Rochester/Victor
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Seth- I love coming back to Penn Yan whenever I can. It really is and always will be home for me. I've been living in NYC for nearly a decade and still I get that 'going home' feeling every time I get into the region. Clean air, clear skies, and nice ...
We got up early and packed the RV up....which sounds simpler than it is, not complicated, but you got to secure everything down, crank down the TV antenna, unhook the water line, unplug the electric hookup, drain your tanks...this site had a sewer hookup right at the campsite. Couple more days of this and it will just be routine! Questions I ask these days are..."do the water pumps get their power from the battery or the propane when we aren't plugged ...
... Trail. I checked out the Aqueduct ruins and the rebuilt Change Bridge before setting out at 9 am..
There were a few little villages, more bridges and locks. At one point the whole canalway trail was cleared of vegetation so you could see the canal very clearly. That was a definite plus.
I think one of the other highlights for me was Fairport. Another village, Fairport seems to take full ...
... are also distinguished by having many very small pieces.
After going to the ATM to get cash to pay for my room and visiting the church, I was finally ready to start on my bike ride. I drove down to the Marina park off Division Street and headed east on the path. It was mostly stone dust and had some hairier gravely bits where I walked the bike rather than risking a spill. It was pretty level. There were some nice canal features - ...
... for me, is that I assume their communities are stronger, or at the very least they are very different than ours. And I think at least a part of that is due to having these big, open meeting places amidst the otherwise space-deprived cities.
We’ve mentioned it before in this blog, but it is so different than what I am used to that I think it deserves to be mentioned again: the meals are so incredibly different. I think ...