The trip across NY State on Rt 20 is a glimpse into small-town USA. Farming communities, farmstands, orchards, truck stop diners with a few historical sites and a few remaining hotels thrown in. From Buffalo to Rochester, rolling hills and farmland. Seneca Falls and the women's rights convention. Skaneateles and it's draw for tourists, the higher hills and beautiful views of Onondaga, Lafayette and Cazenovia. Bouckville and the annual antique festivals. Passing just south of the historic Mohawk Valley, and known as the Cherry Valley Turnpike, Rt 20 again gives more impressive views and passes near Howe's Caverns (which maybe one of the oldest tourist attractions in NY) and then onto Albany. My family takes the drive on Rt 20 quite often and for along road trip in spring and fall.
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