SpringHill Suites Erie
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- 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 …
... to our next destination. While I was very excited to return to a familiar place, I have to say that last night brought some of the hardest goodbyes I have ever had to say, considering I may not see some of my travelmates, and close friends, again once I start medical school. I can also say that our trip and this entire year long experience have changed me in many ways. While I am still one of the most ...
... have included hosting an Oktoberfest celebration on our campus, a pancake breakfast, and collecting personal donations from German Americans in our community. We have also volunteered at local German heritage events and have networked within the community and nationally.
Our goal for the trip is to engender an authentic experience while abroad. Although we ...
... 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 ...