Locust Brook Lodge Bed & Breakfast
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... front. The most unassuming place for the yummiest sandwiches. Looking out we noticed bushwalkers and people with canoes going by. The americans love their outdoors and it is easy to see why. Then we do our detour thing again and drive towards Gettysburg, but not by the main highway. The country backroads are definitely the way to go with rolling hills, interesting scenery and just good driving. Little did we know that the road we were ...
... price sat nav sorted. The day before, we'd worked out that we'd overnight in a place called Cranberry Township about 20 km north of Pittsburg in Pennsylvania. We booked a Hilton. It's very nice. There's happy hour at 5pm (half price drinks) and an on site restaurant that looks very reasonably priced. That's tonight sorted. We drove right through the state of Ohio. I think we were in some sort of redneck country. I was a bit scared. I ...
... lobby but Lyndsey won't budge. Around 10:30 I manage to get Miss Lazy Bones out of bed and she is ready when Patrick returns from the tour.
Patrick said the tour was interesting and he enjoyed it. ...
... our own sandwiches. For dessert, though, we had pie. I got Banana Cream Pie that had a meringue on top. Truthfully, it was heaven. Everyone agreed that it was all-around the best meal we had had since Jackson Hole, days before. At 1pm we finally rolled into Great Wolf Lodge, already half asleep in the car. We drowsily gathered our stuff and walked to our room. Livvy and I fell into our bunk bed and basically fell instantly ...
... we played on their 18 hole mini-golf course (a travesty, really, and they charged us for it! In terrible condition, but it was still something to do, without having to disconnect the car and go somewhere.
Tomorrow, only 3 hours, and we'll be at our old Ohio stomping grounds, Cedarlane, RV Park!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed