Marriott Rochester Airport

Address: 1890 West Ridge Road, Rochester, New York, 14615, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1890 West Ridge Road, Rochester, is near Archaeological Museum at Olympia, Hermes by Praxiteles, Museum of the Olympic Games, and Dora Stratou Greek Dances Theatre.
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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

    ... She showed me the wedding room and explained the name of my room: Marie Antoinette Bingham room. Her husband found a piece of wood in the wall of the room with Ms. Bingham's name and a drawing of herself on the back of the wood piece. Barbara also told me about the various restaurants and mentioned that they closed early, especially on the week days. She gave me some brochures on the town and mentioned that the Episcopal church on the ...

    Bob's Recap

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... of an assumption. But one of the most interesting things that I learned about Italy was that so many of their cities/towns had squares throughout them. That when they were building these communities they purposely built them around these squares (piazzas) so that they had a common place to meet with their neighbors. Since Meg picked great areas to stay that were often in the midst of where locals lived, we saw these everywhere, and often filled with people meeting, ...

    Meg's Reflections about Italia

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... take this very seriously, at least at many of the places we ate, because the food was so fresh. I've learned that ingredients make all the difference in a great meal and a mediocre one. This makes me even more excited about the CSA we joined for the summer - we'll be forced to cook with the produce that is seasonal, and use fresh, local vegetables in our meals.
    I'd like to try to bring the essence of this back home. Cook simple meals, with fresh ...

    On Technology & Travel

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 23, 2015

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... flower covered alleys and lush gardens. And I hope we enjoy the cities, truly enjoy them, instead of checking off boxes of places to go.

    So yes, I'll be using all our apps. But I'll also try to forget about them unless we really need or want them (so we don't get lost and have to walk along a highway in the dark).

    It is a vacation, after all. And, as Bob and I always say to each other, "It's an adventure!"


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