Inn at the Finger Lakes
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Black Diamond Diner - "The World's Smallest Railroad Diner" The diner is made from the cab of an old locomotive. Black Diamond was the name of a passenger train that used to pass through Trumansburg before the tracks were torn up. I had a Red Onion Romance and fresh ...
... donation or $5 for guided tour), and FREE PARKING EVERYWHERE (at least as far as I could tell). In the basement of the visitor center are public restrooms and showers for the boaters that travel through, but I would imagine anyone could use them if necessary.
I stopped in Geneva to look for a gas station. Geneva is a very nice college type town with a wonderfully revitalized downtown area, but there did not appear to be an abundance of gas stations. I was really quite surprised, given the fact I was on one of the major routes going through town. I had to drive through a good part of town before I eve saw a gas station, and it wasn't even a major ...
... and coconut, was given a ticket and told to wait for my order. My number was called and I was handed a monster of an ice cream! The ice cream was delicious but apparently two scoops actually means four. A little later and only half way through the ice cream coma hit, I had to accept defeat and leave it. Back to camp for another beer and then bed, struggling to keep my eyes open any longer. Wine tasting and Niagra falls await us in the ...
... We are located right in town and there was an antique car show on the Main Street. The street was closed so we got to walk around and view some of the oldies. There was a 1967 Dodge Charger that Rich's dad once had. I could not find a 1961 Chevy BelAir, only the Impala. It was fun looking at the cars and speaking with some of the old timers.
We walked all around the town and talked to an antique shop owner for a while. Everyone ...