Transportation in Oswego


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  • Trip Savers
    Trip Savers provides a hassle-free way to simplify the yearly move to and from college housing, or ship overlooked keepsakes and fresh-baked casseroles during the semester. Students attending Trip Savers?served colleges can purchase a Trip Savers box kit, pack up their belongings, and reserve a pickup date for easy, door-to-door delivery. A box kit includes a reusable Trip Savers Box, filament strapping tape, a marker, address labels, and the delivery of the box to your home. By taking a load off students, Trip Savers helps reduce carbon emissions related to back-and-forth trips from the cornfield where you buried your stuffed animals. Opt for a green solution on dreaded moving days that doesn?t involve filling your car?s tank with celery juice.
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    131 W Seneca St
    Manlius, NY US
  • Absolute Prestige Limousine Service
    From behind the wheel of one of their fleet of stretched-out luxury cars, Absolute Prestige Limousine’s drivers deliver passengers to special occasions in plush-leather elegance decked out with televisions and thumping sound systems. Each vehicle features shimmering bar glassware ready for exuberant toasts on the way to wine tours of the Finger Lakes or decisive dances at senior proms. Wedding-day packages help enamored couples tie the knot with amenities including champagne toasts, Just Married signs, red carpet treatments, and horns that honk Pachelbel’s Canon.
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    102 Anderson Ave
    Syracuse, NY US
  • CNY Green
    Drivers piloting the CNY Green fleet ferry passengers across distances great and small, ensuring they arrive on time to destinations throughout the Syracuse area. Drivers are dedicated to client comfort, keeping their jet-black sedans and passenger vans shiny and smooth. But amenities aren't limited to the wheels: on the CNY website, a fare calculator makes trip-planning easy.
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    4978 Winter Sweet Dr.
    Liverpool, NY US
  • Adirondack Scenic Railroad
    The locomotives were just becoming commonplace in the early 19th century, when the New York Central and Hudson River railroads were completed. A member of the legendary Vanderbilt family, Dr. William Webb capitalized on unfolding innovations by privately financing a railroad to his hunting preserve in the Adirondack Mountains. The route wound through treacherous terrain via 17 bridges and numerous service buildings, some of which still are still used to trick time-travelers into thinking they're finally home. Despite these complications, the tracks materialized within just 18 months and were soon whisking the Vanderbilts and other wealthy families to their opulent wilderness estates. After several decades in disrepair, the tracks were rehabilitated by the railroad enthusiasts of Adirondack Scenic Railroad, who resurrected an initial four-mile stretch in 1992. Since having the railroad officially declared a Historic Place, they continue to unveil new sections, eventually securing routes from Utica to Carter Station, and between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. Today, retro locomotives, some built as early as the 1940s, chug through the rippling rivers and wildlife-rich forests of 600-million-acre Adirondack Park, letting passengers drink in the view. Though the railcars boast vintage touches, such as mahogany paneling haunted by the ghosts of Franklin Pierce, they are equipped with modern touches including air conditioning and fully loaded kitchens. Many Adirondack Scenic Railroad rides provide other entertainments to supplement scenery. In the Doo Wop Train, waitresses from ?50s-themed The Soda Fountain in Remsen pump up patrons for a mid-century feast at the eatery while en route to Remsen Station. Other themed excursions ooze with intrigue, including murder mysteries and train robberies, while some more laid-back jaunts simply convey riders to historically-rich towns such as Old Forge.
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    321 Main St
    Utica, NY US
  • Camillus Kayak Shop
    For 23 years Camillus Kayak has outfitted area aquaphiles with premium, quality equipment for fun, energetic maritime outings. The well-stocked boatique is stuffed to the gills with brand-name recreational kayaks (13'?14' long) and stand-up paddleboards available for daily ($50) or weekly ($200) rental. Larger premium kayaks (a minimum 16' long; $65/day, $275/week) increase wave slicing speed and the odds of winning back the farm in upstream drag races. Paddlers and sentient driftwood looking for a change of pace can navigate the waters atop a stand-up paddleboard, which combines the exhilarating adventure and exercise of boating with the familiarity of standing. From the higher vantage of a buoyant stand-up board, waterwalkers can witness submerged mysteries that are often hidden to the boatbound eye, such as lakebed land grabs or the ascension of angelfish. Rentals include vessels, paddles, a whistle, life vest, and temporary car-top carrier to ensure a safe and convenient trip.
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    24 Main St
    Camillus, NY US
  • Lake Aviation
    At Lake Aviation, FAA-certified flight instructors oversee a wide spectrum of programs that help patrons develop aeronautical skills, whether they're aspiring aviators or casual joyriders. Pilots-in-training can take a Private Pilot's License and then branch out into specialty programs such as Instrument Certification and Ground Instruction. Everyone else, meanwhile, can skip right to soaring through a scenic discovery flight, wherein two or three passengers fly high above upstate New York and even the Niagara Falls while a professional pilot steers the aircraft around any cloud-based traffic jams.
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    2450 Brickyard Rd.
    Canandaigua, NY US
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