50 Lincoln-Short North Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... baggage had been sent on the first available plane to Columbus and was waiting for us in baggage claim. We got in our car and drove to Wurst und Beer near Crosswoods Cinema for our lunch. Larry and Derek had Paulaner Oktoberfest beer which was nothing like what they had in Munich. I had a new Shandy/Radler type beer flavored with ...
... the plan was for Donelle to meet me that night but once she received her timetable we realised this might not be feasible and decided against it, so you can imagine my surprise when Donelle greeted me at the baggage carousel! Having Donelle around made the next days shopping and travel a lot easier. After breakfast I collected the rental car and parked it back at the hotel before we headed ...
... I love, called "Sweetie-Licious Pies", written by a gal who has a 50's-style pie/lunch diner not far from Grand Rapids; plus a few other small odds and ends.
Then it was on to the local Walmart parking lot, where we've spent many a night en route to our various destinations. The next morning, it was on to Virginia, which begins with my next post.
... Homebuilt Headquarters for the free donuts and milk. While hanging out, reading my e-mails and checking the weather, I bumped into Terry Schubert and Gary Hertzler, in essence some of the "founding fathers" of the canard community. It was good getting to catch up with them.
At 8:30, I caught a ride back to our campsite and found Alex reading his book (of course!). I gave him a donut which he polished off, then we started packing ...
... br> We were now starting to get down to the business end of the festival. British rockers, Bush, came on just after 6pm and they were awesome. Their mixture of rock and grunge definitely had the crowd engaged. Their biggest hits, Glycerine and Comedown, were crowd favourites.
As we prepared for the big guns, we watched a group of ***** full-on shoulder charging each other. They all had their shirts off and were bunting the **** out of each other. When a song would finish, it was ...