Courtyard By Marriott Erie
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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 ...
... once supported 40 hotels. People came by the trainload (up to 8 trains a day) from New York and Chicago to spend time at the waters. Our guide was their wedding consultant so the whole tour was presented around ‘the bride’, not something that captures my interest, but the place was full of antiques and quite elegant. Unfortunately the day was very wet so we didn’t get to explore the gardens. ...
Left Boston for our first day of driving home. Sad to leave Lora & Nimah, but we had such a great time! Good to see where they live so now we can imagine them in their new home. Decided to drive a bit out of our way to go to Vermont so Dave could visit his 49th state out of 50. The only one he has not been in is North Dakota! ...
... hotel but not in the car.
On to Erie in Pennsylvania. There does not appear to be any indicators when we cross a state border. Went up a tower on the water front to have a view over Presque Island and Lake Erie. We could see a large ship on the horizon.
Staying in another Comfort Inn. They are clean, reasonably priced and include breakfast. Had dinner at a steak and seafood place called Joe Roots.
... 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 ...