- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
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 ...
Our first date back in Ohio! Our jump was only 17 miles this morning which was luxurious compared to the jump across New York a few days ago. The lot is right on the water and within walking distance of a few diners/cafes.
As soon as we parked, John and I walked down to the marina where we hoped to find a restaurant open for breakfast. Alas, there was no such thing, but we met a nice cat who was hanging out on a large rock, watched some boats go into ...
My memories of being here last year involve us being driven around by a new-to-the-force policeman in his brand new patrol car. We figured it wouldn't be a good photo-op for a circus clown to emerge from the backseat of the patrol car, so I was the lucky one who got to sit back there. We entertained at the local senior center and visited some stores before heading onto the next town.
I remembered the park where our show is being held as soon as we pulled in. We had ...
... all around. Sunshine and water emphasized both those with weathered old wood and the ones now boasting modern treated wood. As with any local attraction, most of the local people we spoke with had never driven to actually see many of the bridges. Our Florida friends, Diane and Clarence, came from Ashtabula. We took the time to drive by their former home, had lunch at the Crow's Nest ...