Homewood Suites by Hilton Rochester / Henrietta
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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 ...
... the road as far as I could (or as far as I could find a road paralleling the path). This way I could make better time going back. I managed to get back a little after 8 pm. There was a herd of cats next to my car and one of them looked just like Omar. I went in search of something to eat, but all I found was the Chill and Grill Drive-In. Their grill had closed at 8 pm so I had to have ice cream for dinner. I was a bit chilled myself so I ...
... worldview and way of interacting with the people around them.
And they laughed, and they yelled, and they were just more expressive than I am used to. One of my favorite memories from this trip was in a small pizza restaurant in Rome. Long story short: the man next to us took the wrong pizza as his own, on accident, and had started eating it before the waiter had realized it. The waiter yelled at him (a customer!), and the man just yelled back at him. ...
Oh Italy. I loved it so much. I loved pretty much everything about it. Here are a few things I loved in particular:
Family is so important here. Many businesses we ate at, bought wine from, browsed products, or even just walked past were family run-and-owned for centuries. Can you imagine working at a company your great-great-great grandfather founded? It makes me appreciate what little family run spots we have in America even more.
"Working to ...
... was 17 (13 years ago!!?!) I went to France with a high school French Club group. None of this technology existed. We wandered around cities like Chamonix and Paris without a map. Some of my favorite memories of that trip came from walking through alleys with friends, getting lost, and finding adorable restaurants. Some of our best discoveries were when we went off plan and decided to check out little shops and bookstores along the ...