Arbor House, An Environmental Inn
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Complimentary breaky at the come back in, just next to our hotel... A kid friendly sports bar, with Paleolithic spear heads on the wall, and beer taps on the ceiling, the friendly and attentive waitress filled our coffee mugs every 3 sips. Good times. After a proper greasy spoon brekkie, we hit the road for Oak Harbor, Ohio, our last stop on our North American ...