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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Syracuse
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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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... felt like a child waiting for Santa to come. Not this time. Maybe its because Santa just came and we've been very busy. Its also likely because this is now the 3rd time we've made a trip like this. Anyway, now that its here, we're excited and we're ready. Packing light is not easy. Its ***********vince yourself that you're not going to need something. I ...
... explored those buildings before heading down to the short row of food and clothes shops before heading back to the car.
We went back on Monday when students were back in class. We got to explore the buildings where Ben had classes and check out the changes that had been made. We even ran into one of Ben's professors, who chatted with us for a bit.
Other than that, it was a nice and restful visit. Onto Niagra Falls!
... out on some quiet days. It doesn't get much better than experiencing fall in that setting!
We were able to connect with many friends and family during our stay and loved every minute of it.