This is a cute little restored building full of information for travellers, especially first timers to the area. When it is open, the staff are helpful and the literature interesting. It is a nice little haven for pulling safely out of traffic and re-grouping, and you get the added value of a quiet, woodsy little park nearby, with benches, trees, a safe-looking playground, and public restrooms (which the rail station does not have). The only downsides are the hours, useless when closed, and no restroom.
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