Rochester Hotel rooms/kitchenette/grocery suggestions
I have my first appointment at Mayo Rochester in October (flying in) and was told to plan on one to two weeks of testing/appointments. I have a current diagnosis of Myasthenia Gravis and while I do not have an issue with mobility at home on a day to day basis, I get easily fatigued and weak, and my symptoms flare with a lot of physical activity. At home I can easily rest when needed. Can anyone tell me how far the Residence Inn by Marriott is from the Gonda Building? From what I can tell, the Kahler Inn and Suites is closer. I have read mixed reviews on both. I also have to be in a cool environment – a room that I can control the temperature (major flares in heat/humidity). We have an account with Marriott, so I might prefer there, but have a few things to consider. I know some of the days will be filled with appointments and tests, and when I am able, would like to be close enough to go to my room and rest. Also, I need at least a kitchenette. I have swallowing difficulties, and need to prepare my own food/smoothies as much as I can. A few other questions: Are there wheelchairs available to use to avoid getting fatigued on long appointment days? Any suggestions of grocery stores that deliver to hotels? How to you get from Rochester Airport to hotels? I am not planning on getting a car while there. I will have someone with me most of the time, but might have a few days alone. Thank you for any suggestions!