- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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After a long and horrible experience at the airport due to all of our flights being cancelled, coming to the Ramada was a breath of fresh air. The staff were accommodating, friendly & welcoming. The free hot breakfast buffet was a nice bonus too. Rooms are very clean.
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... Ruth, such a witty, entertaining, and strong willed lady. We lost count of the times we said 'no thank you' but ended up giving in to the request. At 97 years of age, just hope we are so spritely and mentally alert as Ruth. A true inspiration. It's time to say farewell to the snow and make our way back to Alexandria for Super Bowl Sunday and the last of Brian and Leane's hospitality, to catch an early flight in the morning to Las ...
... Mike - 19 pounds Katie - 54 pounds This doesn't include carry on either, and believe me, Katie's carry on is much heavier than mine. She packed light though... :-) Fun things seen at the airport: • woman wearing headphones and blasting a movie out of her phone at full volume. Ah technology -- it's tricky! • old people smashing over chairs because they have no idea how big their luggage ...
... my clothes in one mid-sized backpack. Few pairs of shorts, t-shirts, some workout clothes, and of course swimsuits. I think I'm going to go back this AM and even clean up my bag some more. I really want to make it light, I've always traveled with too much stuff. My carry-on has some clothes to change into on the plane (to help sleep), our camera, a gopro (thanks Virdone), a book, ...
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There was a lot of energy in the air despite the dreary, overcast day. It was kind of neat. While everyone was filing into the stadium, Ben and I headed to the ESF campus, which was next to Syracuse's campus.
To our dismay, most of the campus buildings were closed and their doors locked, but we were able to enter the library and there was a new building where the cafe had been ...
After traveling 24,000 miles we're back visiting Central New York at a spectacular time of year. The deciduous trees are in full regalia and the air is crisp and clean. High temps in the day are in the upper 60s and low 70s, while the ...