Bridges to nowhere

Trip Start Aug 30, 2009
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Trip End Sep 29, 2009


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Flag of United States  , New York
Saturday, September 5, 2009

After seeing the bridges we took a leasurly pace and headed towards Buffalo New York State

We were traveling the back roads admiring the small townships but this slows down your traveling so stopped at a great looking diner all chrome and art decorated about 7 pm. This turned out to be a modern reproduction which even served alcohol I had a burger and Cath had a roast beef roll they called it something else but I forget. We chose these easy meals as the plated meals seamed to be a bit more expensive compared to what we had come across so far. Anyway my burger was great and Cath's roll was ok. Back in the car and drive to find somewhere to stay.

The first place we stopped at the lady (Indian) came out and told us no vacancy this place looked a bit dodgy anyway so back down the road we headed. Next place we pull up to has a pile of empty bottles lying around the rubbish bin near the entrance. We enter and smell the same Indian coking smell we have experienced before (we are quickly finding that the Indians run most of the cheaper motels in this country). He offers us a choice of two rooms, so we go and take a look. Upon entering Cath's eyes are drawn to the dirty handprints all over the walls, the chair that is hung over the door knob leading to the next room and then the lovely 1960’s bathroom. We decide not to accept his offer of the room and keep driving. . After driving for about an hour we see an exit sign to lodgings and at this point we don’t care how much it is as long as it is clean so pull off into Little Falls and find the Knights Inn motel. We secure the last room in the house probably due to the Labour Day weekend. This is a two story hotel with an internal corridor. We are surprised that when we are taking our bags up to our room that the people before us were holding open the door for us with one hand whilst in the other held the leash to a Doberman and a Labrador. Pets must have been allowed who would have thunk it.

Any way we had paid 81 dollars for the room and as it was Sunday the next day all you could eat breakfast for 6 dolllars was on the menu for the morning. Off to bed to recharge
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