Red Roof Inn Syracuse
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... center cleat of our boat during this process. They finally got their act together and there was no damage to any boats during this move.
So we headed out to the channel toward the canal to go through more locks. This will be the first time that we are on the boat by ourselves and locking through with just the two of us.
As we traveled through the ...
Today was a throwback! We started the day by driving to Pittsford, NY where Adam grew up and knocking on the door of his neighbor across the street, the Haleems. Adam and Javeriah were inseparable as kids and Noor, her mother was Adam's second mom. Noor answered the door and was shocked to see Adam with his family. We spent an hour catching up and then Noor took everyone across the street to the ...
... Erin, found me and said the insurance company wanted an adjustor to check it out.
"How long will that take?" I inquired.
“The adjustor will be here between 24 and 48 hours,” was the reply. I came to find out that that was always the reply when dealing with the adjustor.
Now I had to be at Massawepie for the “Beaver Weekend” in two days, so that wasn’t going to work out. I said I could stop on my way ...
I talked at length about the school, its history and my family connection in last year’s blog ("On the Road… Again" 2014). I continue to be deeply impressed by the closeness of the students and faculty and their commitment to MPH. Friday afternoon I took a 5th grade student-led tour of the facility. I have done this for the past several years mostly because I love the enthusiasm of the students for their school and their desire to ...
If you are going travelling this summer and plan to visit any National Parks, Historical Sites or camp in any National Parks or Forests, there are some documents you ought to consider getting.
First, if you are 62 or older, the greatest deal going is the Senior Pass. It is available at most National Parks for a one-time cost of $10.00. From then on your entry into the National Parks, Forests, etc., is free ...