The Historic Hiram Inn

6867 Wakefield Rd., Hiram, Ohio, 44234, United States | B&B
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    17th day

    A travel blog entry by zuwicki on Aug 08, 2014

    Another 530 miles today. No rain ::) Checked the weather and tomorrow looks nice in the Lehigh Valley, to have only 2 days of all rain out of 18 we REALLY lucked out. As you saw on previous posts there were some spots of rain and the storm in Minnesota on our way out, but all in all was the best we could have asked for. I always say a prayer to my dad and Shane's mom before we leave to keep us safe on the road ((they have both passed on) and someone ...

    Special Quiz Edition

    A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Aug 01, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    OK folks, here's your chance to exercise your sleuthing skills. Included are 2 photos of some roadways of rural central Ohio, part of a delightful journey to be described Ina later blog. In the pictures you will see a wear pattern different from the usual. In these pictures the centerline is just left of the lighter, silvery areas. It was common to see in this region. ...

    More states, more baseball, more camping

    A travel blog entry by hgtrip on Jul 30, 2014

    3 photos

    We left South Bend early so we could drive 4 1/2 hours across Indiana and into Ohio to watch the Akron Rubber Ducks play an afternoon game (Sophie really wanted to see two of her favorite things - baseball and rubber ducks - together). Canal Park is a great little ballpark and the Rubber Ducks won, so we had fun, but there wasn't a single rubber duck to be found in the souvenir shop. From there we drove on, out of Ohio, a little way through Pennsylvania, and into New York for a camping ...

    Pennsylvania Turnpike

    A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 29, 2014

    2 photos

    We spent the morning with Lulu's sister Jennifer and her husband Chris today. Noah had a great time with his cousin Lily.

    After lunch, we left for Ohio and drove for about four hours almost entirely along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, a beautiful toll road that stretches ...

    Cuyahoga Valley National Park....Cuya-what?

    A travel blog entry by lmaniac7 on Jul 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... a vast array of woodland and marsh environments. Runners, walkers, but mostly cyclists, make use of this hidden treasure. Although better suited for mountain bikes, we rode 25 LONG miles on our road bikes(!).....I didn't even wear my gel padded biking shorts.....(i'll revisit that decision tomorrow.). There are many trails to be enjoyed on foot that branch off of Towpath....we opted to stay on two wheels to cover more ground. Along the trail are the remains of ...