George Carroll House
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- Continental Breakfast
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After checking all our lists we left Buckhorn at 11:30. Driving was smooth with a few delays through Central Toronto but we definitely missed being in any rush hour traffic. Got through the Canada/US border without a hitch. Thanks to our Nexus cards we were able to sail through and not wait in line for a moment. Roads had no snow so driving was a pleasure. That 6 feet of snow in Buffalo is all gone! ...
This article is about the history of Buffalo, New York. Buffalo is the 2nd most populous city in the state of New York, after New York City. Originating around 1789 as a small trading community near the mouth of Buffalo Creek, Buffalo grew quickly after the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, with the city as its western terminus. he ...
... to eat lunch until 2:00pm. Then it was difficult to find a place to stay overnight. There are no billboards in this part of the state. When I could not find a hotel in Buffalo, I resorted to my iPhone and finally found an exit in northeast Erie. Glad to get off the road. Just one of the adventures of traveling where we've never ...
... tour for a few miles and saw 2 more bridges but lost it somewhere but had a lovely time driving small country roads and lanes. We were following roadside signs and missed one. We saw a large sign pointing to another bridge and Wes was able to locate two more from a mud map at an information sign. Have not had much success finding information centres and the hotels have not had brochures. The internet is good at night ...
Monday, September 1
It did rain again last night but it cleared up before we awoke. We went to breakfast and then to a grocery store for a few things we needed. The Walmart we parked at was a 24 hour store but it was dead! There was, however, a large grocery store about a block away was called Meijer that was packed! We decided to check it out. It was laid out just like a Walmart, had the same stuff as Walmart, prices seemed ...