Cliff Manor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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I decided to stay in Cincinnati yesterday, and after waking up to very tasty french toast croissants made by my aunt Sabrina, my cousin Spencer and I went to this cool record store in the North Side of Cincinnati called Shake It. I got a Tom Petty CD for my road trip and she got a few records for her new record player that she just got for her 18th birthday! Very fun and relaxing day. We had a delicious dinner and it was probably one of the ...
Trisha Paytas – I should love her I guess. She's made some great videos for curvy women and anti-body shaming, she seems proud of herself despite of her weight.
She’s just so. Damn. Ignorant.
I feel like Trisha doesn’t research things that come out of her mouth. A lot of times I have heard her say such things as "that video was a troll." “I was playing a character” “I was depressed ...
... only have the pleasure of enjoying a few more days of Missouri's hot, sticky weather before I'll be in Seattle, WA.
Actually, I really shouldn't be saying that as I don't want to anger the River Gods. I'll be storing my meager possessions within just a few hundred feet of the powerful, merciless clutches of the "Big, ...
... The dogs were picked up at 8:00AM and went on their merry way. We left to pick up two of Judy's friends before heading to the pick-up point at a local hotel. We boarded the bus and were on our way for a new adventure. We found ourselves in Macon, MO at Compton's Liquidation Center(the Warehouse) and were given about an hour to browse and shop. The place was huge and had everything you could imagine from furniture to linens to clothes ...
Beautiful morning with no humidity and a temperature of 74 degrees when we pulled out of the campground in Granite City. Almost immediately we crossed the Mississippi River and stopped for gas about a half hour later. Gas was only $3.18/gallon and we did find out that our credit card allows us to charge only a certain amount at a time. So far, we have not filled the tank totally but get close.
For most of you who know, Pat and I say a Rosary ...