Fairfield Inn Erie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the car along the way and landed in Erie, Pennsylvania at about 5:15. Ozzie is a great little traveler and snuggled down into his bed for the duration. Got settled into our hotel in Erie and relaxed a bit and then out to Texas Roadhouse for a bite of dinner followed by some shopping in a local mall for about an hour and then it was back for a little TV and off to bed. Onward tomorrow for another 5 hours to Cincinnati. We are on our ...
... of debate, although American Bison did range into western NY state at one time. Neither the Native American name Tehoseroron (the Place of the Basswoods) nor the French name Riviere aux Chevaux (River of Horses) survived, so the current name likely dates to the British occupation which began with the capture of Fort Niagara in ...
... 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 ...
... the time we had finished shopping, there were 2 police cars, a fire truck and an ambulance in attendance.
Managed to locate the longest covered bridge in Ohio - the Harpersfield bridge where we had a lovely picnic spot. The sun was out, it was not cold out of the wind and the view great. Fresh bread rolls - trick is to find a large grocery store early before the rolls sell out. After lunch we followed ...
... 19.00 a night called Evergreen Lake Park, just a few miles from town. Our dirty laundry had been growing and occupying the back half of the van, so we desperately needed a laundry stop. We found a laundry cross from the city hall and while Ted kept watch on the laundry, Sheree made dinner. We found our spot for the night and Ted worked on planning for next summer's student Europe trips, Sheree worked on the blog. Quiet evening ...