Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baldwinsville/Syracuse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the frozen grounds make it impossible to get close enough to visit. We stopped in to meet the James family, who thirty years ago welcomed Brian, into their home as an exchange student. Lovely tea and cake, and excellent conversation was had. We also visited Syracuse, and had bbq ribs for lunch at the world famous Dinosaur B-B-Que Diner. The Oswego scenery is so beautiful all touched with snow. Beaver lake walking and ...
Welp! Travel with today's airline industry means nothing is ever on time. The flight coming from NYC to SYR is delayed. That means we are delayed. Katie and I decided to head down to NYC a night early for this very reason. There is a lot less risk this way -- plus I think we can find something to do while we are in the city. Oh - and at the airport. Also for those keeping score our bag weights are ...
... wet, ready to bail. But I was in the middle of nowhere and once again, I was in a Verizon dead zone, so I slowly churned through the torrents of punishing rain. Hopefully, the next town would have a hotel and cell service to connect with Maura.
Surly and I pedaled along the route while my mind got lost in my daydreams. I pictured Maura and ...
... I was riding on hilly back roads through bucolic countryside. I drank in the crisp air as I pedaled past acres of orchards, trees sagging with apples ready for picking. Drooling, I squelched my temptation to pick my forbidden fruit. Later, my cravings were rewarded with roadside stands brimming with fresh fruit and baked ...
Our cruising companions have decided to forego the Lake Seneca side trip and head up to Oswego to continue their loop across Lake Ontario to Canada and the Trent Severn Waterway. We left our dock at Lock 23 and locked through together one last time. We parted ways at Canal Junction, Gray Fox going north and Meander going south and west. We'll miss their company along the way.
We continued on ...