After our tour through the William H. Seward House on South Street in Auburn, the son and I ventured for a quick burger in a relaxing establishment. One of the young ladies at the Seward House recommended the Parkers Grille on Genesee Street. The place looked inviting, so in we went. We sat down at […]
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In Part 1, I talked about my experience walking through Auburn for the first time and learning about William Seward’s early political career and participation in the abolition movement and Underground Railroad (a dangerous venture for the time). William Seward was a very vocal opponent to slavery, so naturally most southerners hated him. Seward refused […]
Totally spoiled. That’s me. After staying at the Three Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast in Geneva, NY, I seriously doubt we will ever rent a hotel room again. Bed & breakfasts are phenomenal. They are even better when they are affordable. That’s the Three Tree Inn. I heard about the Three Tree Inn on Twitter, […]