Journals Syracuse

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Weekend in Syracuse, NY

Created by Muchmor on May 7, 2013 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

Shopping trip to USA

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Syracuse, NY Travel Info

Created by fallschirmhosen on May 5, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

A brief description of the basic essentials needed to travel to Syracuse. It's not a big place, so there's not much to say!

Weekend at the Syracuse Nationals Car Show

Created by Muchmor on July 20, 2011

4 Reviews

A weekend at the car show with hotel stay and restaurants

Visiting Downtown Syracuse

Created by LakesRivers on July 2, 2007

1 Review

Not the most vibrant downtown in the Country, Downtown Syracuse is making a steady comeback.

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Erie Canal Park

Created by Eallonardo on May 17, 2006

1 Review
1 Story

I will hike the entire Erie Canal (at least what's available!!).



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Syracuse - the heart of New York State

Created by mikro on August 31, 2004

5 Reviews

Located in central New York, Syracuse feels like a big small town but has enough cultural and sporting events, shopping and dining experiences to satisfy most residents. The close proximity to the Finger Lakes, Adirondacks, and 1000 Islands is a great advantage.

Running in Central New York

Created by fallschirmhosen on May 5, 2004

5 Reviews

Syracuse and the surrounding area is a great place to run. Home to many nationally-ranked runners, Syracuse boasts plenty of road and off-road running routes to conform to anyone's running schedule.

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Great Things around Syracuse NY

Created by Greyfox on February 29, 2004

1 Story

Travel 81 north to Pulaski, NY, September to mid-Oct for the Salmon Run at the Salmon River Hatchery. Go east on 90 (Thruway) to Herkimer. Try your hand in finding Herkimer Diamond (double terminated quartz crystal faceted by nature).

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ny fingerlakes

Created by dekrey on October 14, 2003

1 Review

The Finger Lakes Region has long been a favorite of New Yorkers and it is a delight to visit.

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Syracuse -- when you're not just passing through..

Created by LeahBlack on August 26, 2002

3 Reviews

Yes, Syracuse IS one of the cloudiest cities in the U.S., and it's not very glamorous looking from the interstate. But many people find themselves staying there for a few days (like me). If this is the case -- if you're not just passing through -- then here’s some advice.

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