Super 8 Henrietta/Rochester
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... butter or margarine. It was good but very filling. So even though Barbara said I could have seconds and thirds, I only managed about 2/3 of my original portion. Thus fortified, I set off and arrived at the Aqueduct Park to bike in a westerly direction. Today's ride was very relaxing in a way. The surface was still stone dust mostly but fairly even and very flat. This is one of the flattest sections of the ...
... the B&B was open for visitors and I should go and see it.
Even though I was late getting started, I did check out the church and it was quite interesting. The current building took only a year to build and one of its features are the set of commemorative stained glass windows. It is rare that there would be so many in one church and since they were installed all together the glass pieces are of the same color batches. ...
... ended up biting his finger at the man, and the man gave him an exasperated reply of (in Italian – but this is what I think he said) “what do you want me to do about it now?” After the man checked out the waiter was still giving him a hard time, but with a wry smile more like he was teasing the man, and the man didn’t seem at all concerned or upset by the altercation. Can you imagine something like that happening in America? Either fists ...
Oh Italy. I loved it so much. I loved pretty much everything about it. Here are a few things I loved in particular:
Family is so important here. Many businesses we ate at, bought wine from, browsed products, or even just walked past were family run-and-owned for centuries. Can you imagine working at a company your great-great-great grandfather founded? It makes me appreciate what little family run spots we have in America even more.
"Working to ...
... 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!"