Magnuson Hotel Sandusky
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We had a good day of driving through Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The landscape doesn't change too much through these states and the traffic was usually light, except through the population centers like Albany, Buffalo and Cleveland. Mostly two lane highway. Weather was great and looks good for the majority of the trip. Getting ...
... or whether they had a genuine problem with prison breaks. I wasn't slowing down to find out.
Sandusky is known for its amusement park, Cedar Point, with its 16 rollercoasters (4 of them higher than 200ft). The sensible adult had to battle quite hard with the inner child on that one. If only Cameron was 10 years older!
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... and we headed down the interstate.
First day out is usually just a travel day as we are in areas close to home with out much new to see. Today, however, we decided to venture off the Pennsylvania Turnpike and go to the Flight 93 Memorial from the 9-11 attacks. The memorial is not complete as they are building a visitor center and educational center. The plane nose-dived into the ground and the crash site is marked with a large boulder. ...