Rochester Plaza Hotel And Conference Center

Address: 70 State Street, Rochester, New York, 14614, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 70 State Street, Rochester, is near Strong National Museum of Play, Rochester Museum & Science Center, Frontier Field, and Susan B. Anthony House.
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    Travel Blogs from Rochester

    Canalway Trail - Palmyra West Past Fairport

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 17, 2015

    105 photos

    ... Rd. I am not sure how far. MapMyRide calls it 28.4 miles, including the 1 mile round trip back to the Palmyra Marina, but the signs have it as a longer mileage.

    I stopped in Fairport at the Mulconry's Irish Pub at one of their outside tables. Oh, I forgot to mention that I checked out the Thomas Creek Wetlands nature trail in Fairport that had two flowering plants that I don't think I have ever seen ...

    Canalway - Palmyra to Lyons

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 16, 2015

    66 photos

    ... my warm car to eat the baby cone with 3 scoops of coffee, almond fudge ice cream. The girl there offered me a dish so I ended up with a dish of ice cream with an upside down cone on top ... just like the other people.

    After a nice hot shower, I felt much better and crawled up onto my high bed, read a little and then went to sleep. I think my ride was at least 30 miles. MapMyRide says 30 but the signs would have had it as 36 I think.

    Bob's Recap

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... for me, is that I assume their communities are stronger, or at the very least they are very different than ours. And I think at least a part of that is due to having these big, open meeting places amidst the otherwise space-deprived cities.


    We’ve mentioned it before in this blog, but it is so different than what I am used to that I think it deserves to be mentioned again: the meals are so incredibly different. I think ...

    Meg's Reflections about Italia

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... then ENJOY them. Savor them. Set the fork down. Talk. Linger. And, of course, end with an espresso (but probably decaf, so I can sleep). Most of all - eat at the table.
    I think someone said, maybe Christian, even, that Americans eat to fuel themselves. Italians eat for pleasure. I'd like to think there's a balance there, of good fuel (fresh vegetables, lean meats) and great pleasure (decadent olive oil, dessert every once in a while, enjoying the company ...

    On Technology & Travel

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... worth the $5) for Rome/Siena/Florence/Venice and starred all of the main attractions, restaurants, parks, and neighborhoods I want to visit in those cities. I have downloaded all of Rick Steve's audio walking tours for everything possible. I even have apps for currency conversion, for offline English-Italian translation, and for sending postcards to family using pictures I've taken in Italy. Amazing.

    And yet...