Comfort Suites Rochester

2085 Hylan Dr., Rochester, New York, 14623, United States
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Rochester to Niagra Falls

by suecat

Hello,

I'm going to stay in Rochester for holiday with my cousin, we also want to see the niagra falls and stay there for about 2 days, I can't get to know how I can go to the niagra falls from Rochester - as cheap as possible :-)
maybe somebody here can help me,
thanx

RE: Rochester to Niagra Falls

by beret

It is only about an hour or so drive from Rochester to the falls. Rent a cheap car since there is no good public transport that I know of.

RE: RE: Rochester to Niagra Falls

by suecat

Thanx, good idea!

RE: RE: Rochester to Niagra Falls

by rdywenur

The cheapest way is to take the bus that goes to the casinos in Niagara Falls. You can catch it at The Metro Centre Mall (Rt 104 between Goodman and Culver)in front of the Bonton Store. It only cost 10.00 for the ride. Can't buy gas and toll for that much. Get off at the Fallsview Casino or Niagara Casino. If you tell the bus driver you can stay longer and still come back on the same ticket. Otherwise it is a day trip leaves 9A and return from NF at 5P. So basically you will have some time to gamble and check out the Falls also.

Travel Tips for Rochester

Sector 4

by davecallahan

The city of Rochester is delineated into 10 individual political/social units called sectors.

Sector 4 probably has some of the widest variety of economic, socialogic and ethnic populations. There are some very nice neighborhoods along the upgraded Brooks Avenue corridor or along the Genesee Street Parkway. Then two blocks away are some very dangerous streets where a murder a week is the norm and drug sales go on without much restriction. The city has been pouring money recently into this area for general improvements, for more visible police activity, for resident involvement in upgrading the area. This region is sometimes called the Southwest Wedge or 19th Ward and many projects are under way with those names in their titles.

Sector 4 goes from I-390 on the west to the Genesee RIver on the east and from route 33 on the north to Genesee Street/I-390/ Plymouth Avenue on the south.
Sub-sections within this sector are Mayor's Heights, BEST, South West Neighborhood Watch, Plymouth neighborhood and Genesee neighborhood. Black Americans are prevelant in this sector and provide a vocal impetus for improvements.

Nothing beats a cold Genesee...

by nuker

Nothing beats a cold Genesee Light beer on a hot day!
The only Genny brewery is in Rochester, leading to it's slogan 'One Brewery, One Great Taste'. The brewery was founded in 1878. This was the first beer for a lot of people. The beer is inexpensive (JW Dundee is more expensive) compared to other brands so when the budget is tight Genny is a good choice.

Good beer to have if you are drinking all day at a concert or sporting event.

greatest show on earth

by davecallahan

Every mid-May, the Ringling Brothers and Barnum/Bailey Circus pulls in to town for 4 days of fun and excitement for the kids.

When I was a kid, I couldn't wait to go to the Masonic Temple or the Armory to see the three-ringed circus with the elephants and tigers and parade of clowns.

Much of that glamor is gone (one large ring instead of three small ones; no tigers at all).
But the new era of circus still has the kids lined up to see the trapeze artists and clowns and jugglers and the elephant parade, all portrayed now in a little play-like performance. And they still have all the candy and goodies that you need while you watch the show.

The venue is the Blue Cross Arena at the Community War Memorial building on Exchange Blvd and Broad Street.
see http://www.ticketmaster.com for ticket prices and seats and dates/times.

Maplewood Rose Celebrations

by davecallahan

The two-day, annual Rose Celebration in Maplewood area begins June 20th this year (2009).
The main venue is Maplewood Park at Driving Park and Lake Avenue. Besides the tents holding commercial garden vendors and local experts, there will be gardening demonstrations given during the event that are appropriate for green-thumbs of all ages and expertise. Special tours will be conducted through home-gardens in the nearby neighborhood; Genesee River gorge tours are also available. There will be a plant swap on each day where you can trade one of your favorite plants for one of theirs if you donate one to the gardens.
During the day, there will be entertainment and activities for the children

A special kick-off party is scheduled for 7-10pm at the bridge entrance of the park on June 19th. There will be entertainment, food and fireworks.

The only costs are $12 for the tours and the cost of the donated plant if you decide to enter the swap.

Get there early to find a good parking spot near the park or be prepared to drive around a little while searching for an available opening.

to get there:
Take Lake Avenue or Driving Park Blvd to their intersection at the park along the Genesee River.

Rochester Razorsharks

by davecallahan

The Rochester Razorsharks were the 2006 American Basketball Association champions.
The home court for the team is the Blue Cross Arena in the Community War Memorial building on the corner of Exchange and Broad.

For the team schedule for home games in Rochester, see the team website below.

All Home Game tickets are available at the Blue Cross Arena Box Office. (Courtside: $26.50, Reserved: $16.50, General Admission: $9.50) or from: http://www.ticketmaster.com

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Address: 2085 Hylan Dr., Rochester, New York, 14623, United States