Travel Blogs from Seneca Falls
[I had a nice blog here, but some inexplicable quirk of this iPad destroyed it. So if you're interested Google Letchworth State Park. That donor fellow was quite interesting. Ditto, Mary Jamison and the Finger Lakes. For you racing fans, Watkins Glen was noted for hosting races with notables such as Stirling Moss and Mario ...
... office and did this. We chose a KOA in the Finger Lakes area, because we wanted all the amenities of laundry, showers, and electricity. I lived in Rochester for two years, so we did a nostalgic drive around Rochester while driving from the Camping World to the KOA park. I loved visiting the Finger Lakes area when I lived here, so we plan to drive around them tomorrow, also for nostalgic reasons.
... Before we left I heard some nasty thunder outside. A storm had rolled in. It was a wet run back to the car. Back on the road, a short time later we arrived in Geneva. A very nice spot on the shores of Seneca Lake, which is one of the Finger Lakes. The weather had cleared. We found our way to the hotel and settled in for the night. We had covered almost 300 miles today including side trips............. Wine country tomorrow.
Spent some time saying goodbye to old friends & new. Had a super healthy breakfast. Emily blended a concoction of fruits & veggies in her Magic Bullet blender. Looked like a baby diaper, but tasted SOOOO GOOD. (Thankfully) Luke had one last chase & play with Pauly. Overall was a good weekend. Uncle Buzzard & Kathy are good people, great hosts. Rochester....here we ...
... breakfast with Karen, before heading off to Chicago. After a brief layover there it's on to Berlin, then Munich.
Yes, we did fly separately. The price we paid for using leftover frequent flier points. Two different airlines, so we flew separate. STAY TUNED to find out whether Glenda finds Michael in Munich, and whether they make their connection on Deutsche Bahn to Nurnberg.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking