Red Roof Inn Batavia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to find a place outside of the city and Karen began her Hotwire search. We landed a Holiday Inn Express again, in Batavia. About an hour later we were there. We found a great local restaurant, Alex's Place just down the road. What a a fantastic meal. There were cars from all over (including some from NH) in the parking lot. Apparently the secret on this place got out. Time to settle in for the night....We shuffle off to Buffalo tomorrow!!!!!!
... the motel, so we walked across in the snow and had a burger with him for tea whilst catching up on all his news.
Seems Ashley got in last night safely, and made it by Greyhound to Cleveland this morning to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (so we were all in Cleveland at the same time). However they had cancelled his return bus, so instead of leaving Cleveland at 5pm, he's leaving at 10pm, and won't be back in Buffalo till about 2am. No wonder his body clock is all stuffed ...
... and I continued by journey by foot. I exhaustively hiked by the edge of the path, lugging my pack beside me. I was getting thirsty and water was nowhere to be seen. I noticed that the grass was turning more and more brown and dead-looking as I continued; I felt lost. I passed The Dark Castle as an emerald green river came more clearly into view, and I knew that I was approaching The Momber Caves.
The Head of the Mombers accepted by plead. It was settled, ...