Lake Erie Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... hotel but not in the car.
On to Erie in Pennsylvania. There does not appear to be any indicators when we cross a state border. Went up a tower on the water front to have a view over Presque Island and Lake Erie. We could see a large ship on the horizon.
Staying in another Comfort Inn. They are clean, reasonably priced and include breakfast. Had dinner at a steak and seafood place called Joe Roots.
... 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 ...
... the same Adventure Cycling maps I use. He'll be going south in the morning, and I'm going east. So we won't get to ride together. It was a lot of fun swapping stories. He's pretty gutsy with his routes. Most of the time when there's a road closure and you're on a bike, it doesn't really matter. You can just walk your bike off the road. One time, Hansa saw a road closure sign and assumed the best. He continued about 20 miles until he got to a river ...