SpringHill Suites Erie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We have arrived in Erie with no incident. Checked into hotel with no incident. Winning is the word that comes to mind. So far... As expected and idea of winning during a road trip is an oxy moron as a road trip can not be defined as such if it does not come with some peril and ups and downs. And so it begins. We did some research as one goal on …
... 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 ...
... wheels as I pushed my bike out to the beach. It was kind of a free for all with no established spots. I claimed a picnic table and surrounded it with our bikes and tents. Another cyclist came over awkwardly and talked to us. His name is Hansa, and he's from Czechoslovakia. I invited him to share our table and make dinner with us. He was following a bunch of established bike trails all over the US. When they didn't match up, he would use his own ...
... a lot more enjoyable than the rides we'd had before through Pensilvania further down the state. As we'd set off late today we had trouble deciding where to stay as we were running out of sunlight. Free grabbing some food for dinner at a supermarket, we lucked out and found a secluded clearing by the lake that was perfect for camping overnight. It was dark by the time we finished setting up and ate so just got a decent nights sleep for the day ...
We drove around the local towns and found two fun little local markets.
The first was the Crossraods Indoor Market. People bring all kinds of locally made, grown or built items into a big warehouse and set up stalls. Mike got a bottle of wine and I bought a star.
Then we drove towards Chautauqua and along ...