Red Roof Inn 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 ...
... to eat lunch until 2:00pm. Then it was difficult to find a place to stay overnight. There are no billboards in this part of the state. When I could not find a hotel in Buffalo, I resorted to my iPhone and finally found an exit in northeast Erie. Glad to get off the road. Just one of the adventures of traveling where we've never ...
... back over the river to get better photos of the city. When we got back onto the same freeway as we had come in on earlier, the traffic was much heavier - lots of people going to the game.
Stopped at a big supermarket called Dave's in Mayfield (an eastern suburb of Cleveland) and witnessed a lady lose control of her car in the car park and manage to damage at least 4 parked cars before she finally ...
Monday, September 1
It did rain again last night but it cleared up before we awoke. We went to breakfast and then to a grocery store for a few things we needed. The Walmart we parked at was a 24 hour store but it was dead! There was, however, a large grocery store about a block away was called Meijer that was packed! We decided to check it out. It was laid out just like a Walmart, had the same stuff as Walmart, prices seemed ...
Today was such a fun ride, despite someone yelling that he hoped I get run over by a car. Oh Ohio drivers, I don't miss you. I'm in Pennsylvania now, and I love it! It's very woodsy, and people are friendly. Camp was on the Presque Isle at a very ridiculously busy campground. They must get a lot of cyclists. The worker charged us $15, and told us we could lock our bikes up to the shack on the beach. I sluggishly carved a giant trench in the soft sand ...