Days Inn Brewerton/Syracuse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Sunday [October 4th - Day 0] afternoon around 3pm Jack picked me up and we drove to the Syracuse Airport Hertz to rent a Ford Transit Connect. Once home, figured out how the back seat folded down to house our four suitcases and 4 carry on bags. Eric, Maureen, Ethan & Alexander stopped up in the afternoon to visit before we left. We had Lasagna, pasta, salads, garlic knots and a cheese pizza, from the Parish pizza place. ...
... and not a lot of fun, for any of the riders.
We searched for a place to eat and, once again, the small town of Liverpool hosted many more restaurants and cuisine choices than Mundelein (ok, this will be my last reference to the lack of restaurants in our home town).
The highlight of our day was a trip to Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse. Trip Advisor rated the zoo #1 of things ...
... Casino building. As we were waiting to order we listened to the usual Italian playlist and I told Dave, “I bet you 50 cents we won’t hear 'Lazy Mary’ by Lou Monte.” (A 1958 tune). I lost the bet.
Another great day. Maybe tomorrow, after we visit the courthouse for more genealogical research, we’ll make it to the Salt ...
... John Leonard (the genealogy specialist at each parish will look up the records), I’m tempted to visit the museum.
Next, a sign informed us we were in the “Central Leatherstocking Region.”The Leatherstocking Region website says, “The Leatherstocking region of Upstate NY was named for the unique leather leggings worn by frontiersmen and made famous by the work of ...
With much sadness we have to take our friend Barry Gersch to the airport so he can go back to the "real world". Barry is an airline pilot for Southwest Airlines and is based out of Las Vegas. He was able to schedule a flight from Syracuse, NY to make his trip to Las Vegas. We have a courtesy car from the marina and we headed to the airport to drop Barry off.