The Riverside Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Next morning I was out of New York state and into Pennsylvania within the hour. I stopped at North East - and that really is the name of the town - to pick up a road map and turned south towards Meadville, but before I left town I came across a Welch’s sign. I shouldn’t have been surprised as I’d passed dozens of vineyards along the way. Apparently it’s their biggest plant; I ...
Left Boston for our first day of driving home. Sad to leave Lora & Nimah, but we had such a great time! Good to see where they live so now we can imagine them in their new home. Decided to drive a bit out of our way to go to Vermont so Dave could visit his 49th state out of 50. The only one he has not been in is North Dakota! ...
... the time we had finished shopping, there were 2 police cars, a fire truck and an ambulance in attendance.
Managed to locate the longest covered bridge in Ohio - the Harpersfield bridge where we had a lovely picnic spot. The sun was out, it was not cold out of the wind and the view great. Fresh bread rolls - trick is to find a large grocery store early before the rolls sell out. After lunch we followed ...
... same as Walmart, even had a greeter like Walmart. Was this really a twin of Walmart that Indianans like better that Walmart? Hmmm, a puzzler.
We left and headed east down the toll roads. We found that the app Gas Buddy that Ben suggested has been really helpful. It does not tell you what kind of neighborhood you may be going in to but the price checker saved us $0.20 a gallon on our fill up in Cleveland. We got ...
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 ...