Sodus Point, NY and the George Eastman House

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Each summer for the past several years, I’ve gone on a short (usually two-day-long) vacation/trip with my mom and two of my aunts. In years past, we’ve gone to several Finger Lakes, including most recently Skaneateles, last summer. We’ve also gone to Conesus Lake, Seneca Lake, etc.

This year, we did something a little different. Instead of visiting another Finger Lake (which, for the record, I hope to visit all of in my lifetime), we headed out to Sodus Point, New York. It’s about 115 miles from Buffalo, northeast of Rochester.

But as per usual, we made a few stops along the way. Our first stop: Don’s Original Restaurant and Pub in Penfield, NY. It seemed like a nice enough place, with a decent variety on the menu. We ended up sitting outside, as it was an absolutely beautiful day. My lunch fare: a turkey club wrap (minus the bacon, of course), with macaroni and cheese. Yum!

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