Holiday Inn Express Syracuse / Fairgrounds
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We never heard of the Finger Lakes before and wanted to see the area, so we found a campground close to Lake Ontario & just north of the Finger Lakes area of New York for our next stay. WOW!!! This area is full of Apple trees & other fruit trees & when we drove through the Finger Lake area we found hundreds of wineries!!!
We were surprised to find the Women"s Rights national ...
We had planned on taking the bus to Montour Falls to visit a waterfall that is located right downtown, but the wind forecast was such that the captain decided to leave early for the four hour cruise up Seneca Lake. The wind didn't materialize but the decision worked out well as we ...
... where George contemplated suicide and met his guardian angel, Clarence.
Nick and Lina arrived around 3:00 PM and we got them situated aboard and went out to dinner (Lina's treat!). We get underway for Glens Falls in the morning. It will be a full day's trip to get there. ...
We turned off the Erie Canal onto the Cayuga Seneca Canal towards the finger lakes for which this canal is named. We are headed to Seneca Lake so we turned west after Lock 1 towards Seneca Falls where we'll stop to await Nick and Lina’s arrival tomorrow afternoon.
Seneca falls is noted for being the birthplace of the women’s rights movement and as being the model for Bedford Falls in ...
Our cruising companions have decided to forego the Lake Seneca side trip and head up to Oswego to continue their loop across Lake Ontario to Canada and the Trent Severn Waterway. We left our dock at Lock 23 and locked through together one last time. We parted ways at Canal Junction, Gray Fox going north and Meander going south and west. We'll miss their company along the way.
We continued on ...
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