Extended Stay America - Cleveland - Brooklyn
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... there so no time to spend enjoying g the hall of fame. And we got lucky there was a time change and we made it in time to check into our hotel and grab dinner before getting to the opry. We saw Alan Jackson . Miranda Lambert and the. Gatlin Brothers. We had nose bleed seats but still a great ...
... NY and had a wonderful lunch along the shore of Lake Erie. The water was a beautiful blue/green color and an old stone lighthouse was a short distance away. Did I mention the shipwreck?
Passing through Pennsylvania and New York, the grapes were ready for picking and the 'cow' corn was being harvested.
Today's mileage: 288 = 712 total. 16.5 mpg
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After four days on the road from Sparks, I made it to Valparaiso Indiana to Kathy and Lee's house. On the way there I stopped in Spearfish and spent the night in their city park. It was lovely and quiet. The next afternoon I stopped in Champion, a misnomer if their ever was one. I had seen numerous signs for Al's restaurant. Is was near 1PM and I needed fuel too. I asked the gas station attendant, a young ginger headed girl, how the food was at Al's? She said it was ok after a long ...
... The very flat, and quite spread-out downtown seemed in total contrast to Pittsburgh's. Furthermore, a somewhat ghost-townish feel surrounded the city, as very few pedestrians were out and about--not much bustle for a fairly large city.
Of course, there are some obvious plusses to this member of the Rust Belt: The river is a lazy yet earthy source of power to the city, and so is the vast Lake Erie--which harbors ...