The Avalon Hotel and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Buffalo, formerly known as Buffalo Creek, received its name from the creek that flows through it. However, the origin of the creek's name is unclear, with several unproven theories existing. Early French explorers reported the abundance of buffalo on the south shore of Lake Erie, but their presence on the banks of Buffalo Creek is still ...
... north just across the Massachusetts border through Bennington Vermont. Just before we got to this village, we stopped at the trailhead for the Appalachian trail. Then we took a short half hour round trip on the trail to say we hiked it in Vermont! New York was a frustrating state to find anything except Service Islands. We didn't find ...
On the road soon after 8.15 after another hot breakfast at the motel. It was biscuits and gravy, and sausage day. Biscuits are shaped like scones and about the same size but have a crust and texture like damper. They are eaten with a gravy which was a very pale gray (creme of mushroom soup colour) which had some lumpy bits in it. I tried the biscuit with a little jam.
The mist was rising off the farmland as ...
... some interesting areas due to construction the GPS didn't seem to know about. There are more churches here than I have ever seen in one place before. They must be a God fearing people to have that many in just one block! We also caught the tail end of an air show where the Blue Angels were performing. We drove by both the Cleveland Browns and the Cleveland Indians stadium.
We made it as far as Conneaut, OH and found a place ...
... wheels as I pushed my bike out to the beach. It was kind of a free for all with no established spots. I claimed a picnic table and surrounded it with our bikes and tents. Another cyclist came over awkwardly and talked to us. His name is Hansa, and he's from Czechoslovakia. I invited him to share our table and make dinner with us. He was following a bunch of established bike trails all over the US. When they didn't match up, he would use his own ...