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Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour
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Seneca Lake Wine Tasting & Tour

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Explore the scenic Finger Lakes region of New York during a half-day or full-day wine tour and tasting with an expert guide. Travel the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, home to over 30 wineries, and experience its history, beauty, and world-class wines. Your tour includes three or four winery visits, wine tastings, and transportation. Plus, upgrade to visit an extra winery with lunch included.
$167.07 per adult
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Jack L wrote a review Jul 2020
East Syracuse, New York723 contributions540 helpful votes
The monument was the solo reason for a visit. The monument was is dedicated to the 12,265 men of Onondaga County who served in the Civil War. Two bronze sculptures,'The Call To Arms'-east side-and 'An Incident At Gettysburg'-left side. The monument consist of a granite pylon with attached Roman ionic column at the corners that support a heavy cornic with a carved frieze and crowned by a 18-28 foot globe guarded by an eagle at each corner grasping a thick garland. The north & south sides feature granite reliefs of flags & military accoutrments. The plith features dedicated plaques with a quotation from President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. The monument is approxmately 75 fee in height. The monument's corner stone was laid Memorial Day May 1, 1909 & dedicated June 21, 1910. On both the east & west sides are three metal round tables with four chairs each, along with two trash cans. At the SW corner are four metal metal benches. In the same area is the Jerry Rescue Memorial dated October 1, 1851. William 'Jerry' Henry was an escaped slave from Missouri working as a cabinet & copper maker in Syracuse. On the October 1 date Jerry was apprehended & charged as a fugitive slave. That night a mob of Syracuse citizens-white & black stormed the city jail freeing Jerry to freedom and an escape to Kingston, Ontario by way of the Underground Railroad. The fountain-which serves as a skating rink during the winter time-has arise & fall up to ten feet & ten seconds.Both the monument & memorial educational. The only drawback for a visit is a lack of parking. Probably most visitors will have little interest in either the monument & memorial, however a history buff might have an interest. A visit of any type is recommended.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Debasree Sarkar wrote a review Nov 2019
Kolkata (Calcutta), India311 contributions26 helpful votes
Clinton Square represents the heart of Syracuse and contains the "Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument" surrounded by a fountain and shallow pool in the warmer months, which are replaced by an ice rink in winter.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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LynnessaH wrote a review Oct 2019
Syracuse, New York6 contributions1 helpful vote
Clean and Historical feel. Nice vibe and cosmopolitan sound. A band was playing. I didn't see a lot of parking however.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Susie M wrote a review Aug 2019
Nyc67 contributions65 helpful votes
It's very nice and relaxing; they always have activities especially during the summer. There are festivals, jazz nights and the Xmas tree is lighted up as a tradition.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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mbc421 wrote a review Jul 2019
Toronto, Canada1,044 contributions781 helpful votes
Clinton Square is in the heart of Syracuse. In warmer months a fountain and shallow pool take the place of what is an ice rink in winter. The area is also home to various local festivals and festivities. Here you will see the Soldiers and Sailors Monument (built in 1910), as well as the (amazingly still-standing) bank buildings that surrounded this square back in the day that it was a part of the Erie Canal.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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