Towpath Motel

Address: 2323 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, New York, 14618, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 2323 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, is near Strong National Museum of Play, George Eastman House, Highland Park, and Rochester Museum & Science Center.
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    Canalway Trail - Palmyra West Past Fairport

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 17, 2015

    105 photos

    ... Rd. I am not sure how far. MapMyRide calls it 28.4 miles, including the 1 mile round trip back to the Palmyra Marina, but the signs have it as a longer mileage.

    I stopped in Fairport at the Mulconry's Irish Pub at one of their outside tables. Oh, I forgot to mention that I checked out the Thomas Creek Wetlands nature trail in Fairport that had two flowering plants that I don't think I have ever seen ...

    Canalway - Palmyra to Lyons

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jul 16, 2015

    66 photos

    ... are also distinguished by having many very small pieces.

    After going to the ATM to get cash to pay for my room and visiting the church, I was finally ready to start on my bike ride. I drove down to the Marina park off Division Street and headed east on the path. It was mostly stone dust and had some hairier gravely bits where I walked the bike rather than risking a spill. It was pretty level. There were some nice canal features - ...

    Bob's Recap

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... culture, and a lot of my time has been in touristy areas, so it could be clouded by people who are paid to deal with foreigners. But one of the biggest things that struck me was how open and friendly everyone was. Not only that, but many of the people we encountered just seemed more relaxed and just "real" to me.

    Again, I don’t know if this is because I didn’t encounter anyone for more than a few days maximum, but there just seemed to be ...

    Meg's Reflections about Italia

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jul 09, 2015

    ... to make sure content on a webpage was correct. And yes, that is the life of a digital marketer - always "on" - but there are some moments that should be sacred, such as dinner. I want to be better about setting the phone aside for an hour or two every evening to spend quality time with my husband.
    Speaking of, I love everything about the food in Italy. I think I mentioned they call the farm to table trend "0 kilometer" in Italy. You can ...

    The one where I pack too much

    A travel blog entry by megbobtravels on Jun 23, 2015

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    ... of shoes - hiking shoes (for Cinque Terre), walking sandals from Clarks, and a pair of flats. After thinking about it, I don't really need those flats for anything because my sandals will go with everything. So I ditched the flats.

    I can always buy while I'm there.

    Bob keeps reminding me that we're not leaving civilization. Anything I didn't pack that I end up really needing? I can buy.

    T-Minus 1 day and 12 hours! :)