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... Another small and beautiful town. We ate at place called "Rick's". An old store that used to be a hardware store in the 1890's. Good hamburger! The Chargrin River runs thru the town and there are the " Chargrin Falls" right there, so we stopped and got some pics of the falls, but not with the ipad. Sorry. Vickie, Linda and I continued to strolled around the town..in and out of shops until we got back to a ...
... it along anyway. We had trouble finding Vicki's road. She didn't say it had a big green sign to identify it. We were looking for a regular street sign, drove by it twice. Thot it was a sign for an inn. Would like to have made this quite exciting and wowing interesting, but all we did was ride along and look out the window. Hopefully Carol will have more interesting things to say tonite. You all take care and we love ...
So I had really hoped I would only have carry on luggage but at the last moment I have decided to check my bag. It is in a carry on sized bag but I am not I. The mood to carry it around the airport. I have insurance so all should be fine. I do have pictures of what I got in the bag. I should have less on the way back as a lot of the toiletries will be used up. I am flying to Dulles in DC and then I am off to Paris. Well I have made it Dulles. At first. I thought we would be late as ...
... seems lovely. Perhaps because of the conservative attitude from some of the city’s inhabitants. My only Cleveland reference (no Frank Sinatra songs this time) are Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books (one of the lead characters escapes Cleveland for the more bohemian San Francisco).
The second day here was incredibly hot and we managed to find the only two buses in the whole city without ...
... symbols of Motor City prominence: Corvettes, Camaros, Cadillacs--and all looking brand new, top-shelf, and with more than a touch of self-awareness.
There was also a surprisingly large and well-built metropolis. It is true that much of Detroit is still abandoned, but not as much as critics would have you (or at least us) believe. The architectural stock is really excellent, if weathered; the stadium ...
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