Courtyard by Marriott Rochester East / Penfield

1000 Linden Park, Rochester, New York, 14625, United States
Courtyard by Marriott Rochester East / Penfield
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Rochester to Buffalo

by iabsar

I am arriving at the Rochester Airport about 5 pm. What is the most cost-effective way to get to Buffalo the same evening?

Re: Rochester to Buffalo

by davecallahan

$25 for Greyhound bus ticket one way. then you have to get around Buffalo by either walking, hitching or taxi.

$75 (plus $20 for gas) for Hertz Rental and you have the convenience of your own transportation when in Buffalo.

your choice....

Travel Tips for Rochester

Sector 2

by davecallahan

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

Sector 2 is the area of the city bounded east-west by the Genesee River and I-390; north-south by Stone Road/Holy Sepulchre Cemetery and Lexington Avenue. All of the Maplewood neighborhood and the Flower City neighborhood are included.

Over the last 10 years, this area has gone into serious economic decline. Crime and rental housing and disrepair are creeping from the southern industrial sections into the northern residential section. Maplewood Park is still a beautiful place to visit during the day, with its rose gardens and overlooks into the Genesee River gorge. And the large, historic mansions in the Flower City Neighborhood are still there, although many have been turned into apartments.
But at night, the area south of Ridgeway is becoming increasingly dangerous to travel alone. Even the major industries (Kodak and GM) are removing their presence and abandoning and demolishing old buildings without giving any vitality back to the neighborhood.

Sector 10

by davecallahan

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

I have saved the worst until last. Sector 10 is what is called the "Inner City" and has some of the highest crime rates. Along with Sector 9, it is not advisable for tourists to roam here after dark.

A bright spot in this area is the Rochester Public Market where you can find fresh fruits and vegetables and flowers and antiques and arts and crafts and odds and ends. We visit here for the great sales you find that saves money on the weekly grocery bill.

The boundaries on this sector are the Genesee River, Goodman Street, Inner Loop/Main Street, Clifford Avenue.

city symbols

by davecallahan

the current slogan for Rochester is "Made For Living".

Rochesterians refer to a carbonated non-alcoholic beverage as a "POP"; a beef filled hotdog is a "RED HOT" (red color) and a pork filled hotdog is a "WHITE HOT" (white color). A "PARTY HOUSE" is where you have a wedding reception or holiday banquet.

CHILI is pronounced "Chye Lye" (to rhyme with why lye) with accent on first syllable.
CHARLOTTE is pronounced "Shar Lot" with accent on second syllable.
RIGA is pronounced "Rye Gah", accent on first syllable.
BERGEN is pronounced "Burr Jen", accent on first syllable.

Both the Rochester Police Department and the Monroe County Sherriffs service the Rochester area. Motto of the Police Department is: "serving with pride"

Corn Hill Festival

by davecallahan

This is probably the largest single event that happens in Rochester every year (compares to the Lilac Festival and the LPGA Tournament).

Annually, the weekend following the 4th of July weekend is the Corn Hill Fest (named after the locale where it is held). Five hundred artisans from around the country will exhibit their crafts and sell their wares to over 250,000 people who flock to this event. From pottery to paintings, woodworking to sculptures, textiles to jewelry; food vendors and musical entertainment as well; this festival has it all. Mimes along the street and clowns amongst the tents, street musicians and bands on stage with huge speakers; it is a great time for all.

Parking near the Corn Hill neighborhood is almost impossible so the sponsors have set up a free shuttle bus service to the event from parking areas quite far from the venue.
The shuttle service will operate from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday July 14th and 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday July 15th. The final shuttle bus run each day will depart from the Corn Hill Art Festival shuttle stop at S. Plymouth Ave. and Troup St.
The shuttle stops near parking areas are at the following locations:
1. Bausch and Lomb Place Circle (East side of Court Street Garage.) Use elevators on East side of building to 1st level. Stop will be adjacent to exit Please use this shuttle stop if wheelchair access or special assistance boarding the bus is needed.
2. South Clinton Avenue and Woodbury Blvd
3. Broad Street and South Avenue
4. Broad Street and Fitzhugh Street
5. South Plymouth Avenue and Main Street

Browsing and walking and listening are all free. You only pay for whatever artwork you buy or food stuff you consume.

Rochester Rhinos

by davecallahan

Soccer has become an important sport in Rochester. Much of the popularity is due to the success and promotion of the Rochester Raging Rhino professional soccer team.

The team plays home games at PAETEC Park, a soccer-specific stadium with aim capacity of 20,000 seats.
The Rhinos won the US Open Cup in 1999. It was the only non-Major League team to win since Major League Soccer began in 1996.

The holding company that owns the team has expanded into the women's franchise now.

See the website below for game schedules and instructions for parking and directions to get to the park.

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Address: 1000 Linden Park, Rochester, New York, 14625, United States