This isn't going to be easy, but we will try to show you the basic structure of
the site in a lineal (non-web) fashion.
A. Regional Map:
This shows you the 6 sub-regions we have divided Western New York into. This is
the best place to start if you know approximately where you are going.
History (and Geology)
About six pages worth that can best be accessed from the home page.
to do This is the master list of all the things to do in Western New York.
(It's pretty long) You can focus in better by using the listings by category in
the navigational table at the left of every page. Or if you know the area you
are interested in, use the listings at the bottom of the six sub-region pages
that can be reached from our map or directly from here:
D. Your favorites.
Experience has shown that the most popular destinations on our site are the Erie
Canal, Letchworth State Park, and the Finger
Lakes. There are lots of links to these areas sprinkled throughout our site,
but if you can't find them come back here or to our home page.
E. And now
a word from our Sponsors: The master list is
pretty long so you might want to check by category using the navigational table
on the left of every page. Again if you know the area you are interested in, you
can get a listing of our sponsors in each area at the bottom of the 6 sub-regional
pages which can be reached through our map or directly
F. Odds & Ends:
There are a bunch of pages on agriculture in Western
New York (including wineries) and also some stuff on fishing.
We also have a listing of contacts for further tourist
G. Finally: While you're here, don't forget to sign
our guest book, read other visitor's comments
and our disclaimer. And if you like what you see,
check out our Internet Specials
on back issues!
H. And in conclusion, I guess that's about it for
now.I hope this was helpful.
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