Thursday, June 21, 2012

A couple days in Rochester NY

The entrance to Rochester is deep (10-20 ft) and extends 0.5 miles out into the lake. Once inside there are lots of options for slips, incuding 2 yacht clubs and 4 other marinas. The area is full of wonderful people and places. There is a grocery store that delivers to your boat and many local restuarants that provide free transportation as well.
Friends of our reccommended we try an Italian Restuarant named Mr Dominics'. It was excellent ! They even provided us all transportation back to our boats in their delivery van. If you can call ahead to make a reservation. They are always full. The food is fresh and plentiful. The service is wonderful and friendly. This family owned and operated eatery is well worth your time, but come hungry.
Some of the largest shopping malls and in America reside in this town. We did some back to school shopping and snatched up many deals.
Also worthy of a visit is the George Eastman House - International Museum of Photography & Film. Mr. Eastman was the founder of the Kodak Company. The grounds are beautiful to explore and there are lots of hands on displays for both young and old children.

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