BEST WESTERN The Inn At Rochester Airport
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Used ALL of my late check-out.
Breakfast around 8:45 am and then gave the bike a sponge bath and chamois.
Attempted , unsuccessfully to remount the mini video camera to the top of my helmet.
Unfortunately the stickiness on the mounting patches had lost their oomph!
I will have to source some …
We arrived at the hotel late due to Nicholas' moving up ceremony. No big deal just went to dinner at Applebee's. Place was packed due to graduation night. After waiting forever we finally received our meal. We all ate then went back to hotel for early flight.
... br> The ride back was uneventful. Sometimes, round trips can be a bit of a drag but I did see more Canada geese so that was nice and I checked out the lock at the Aqueduct Park in Palmyra when I got back around 2 pm. I wasn't up for touristing in Palmyra although I think I would have enjoyed it otherwise (not being tired from biking and all). I decided to follow Rt 31 east for as long as I could. It actually ...
I started out from home around 9:30 am and arrived in Palmyra at 2 pm. I looked along Main Street for accommodation but ended up at the Aqueduct Park where I called the first B&B on my list. Luckily they had a cancellation and I was able to get a room immediately. The big LDS pageant was being held in Palmyra this week so I indeed was fortunate.
I drove to the B&B where I got an orientation to Palmyra from my ...
... they seemed to enjoy and experience what was around them. The people I encountered, both that were selling to me and just those I bumped into on the street, looked you in the eye when they talked to you. You were always greeted with a hearty “Ciao!” or “Buongiorno!” as the first thing someone said to you. It’s hard to explain what I mean by “pace” (and maybe pace is the wrong word in the first place), but they just seemed to have ...