Travel Blogs from Syracuse
Another day of driving... long day for David even though we took Toll Roads, there was road work so long delays. But alas we arrive in Gorton.. being a long weekend here this weekend ( Labour Day) it was hard to find accommodation at a reasonable price so we decided to book into this hotel for the next 4 nights..... Unfortunately ...
Set off this morning back across to America .... But not without a stop off at the Duty Free shop, managed to pick up a large bottle of Clnique Moisturizer ( tax free plus I had a $5 coupon) bargain. Happily (me that is) we set off on our merry way back to the States. ( no drama at the border crossing) Letchworth State Park is New York state's answer ...
... he. Our first adventure was getting back to Richmond Hill. We were driving down the highway in one of the worst rain storms of the summer and we hear-whoosh. The windshield wiper on the driver's side goes flying off. After a quick switch with the wiper on the passenger side we are on our way again. Home safe and sound. 3 days and ...
My visa finally came in! It was quite the ordeal, but I got it and everything seems to be in place now. Missing the girls already! We had a great dinner last night downtown at Pastabilities. Unfortunately I was sick so I didn't get to have movie night at Caroline's house for the last time. I wish they all didn't have to go back to school and could be in Syracuse to see me off at the airport. I'm getting nervous because I feel very unprepared ...
Up early and to the airport. Thanks to Karen, Anna, Patti and Willis for helping out and watching the house while we're gone.
Michael left early for a long layover in Toronto, where it was a beautiful and sunny day. The Jays/Bosox game started too late too late to make it back in time for the flight to Munich. (Need to plan the layover better next time!)
Glenda had ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking