Murphy Guest House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Trip mileage estimated at 3400 miles now. Cruising eastward bound. Saw Fueled up twice. Stopped at the nicest truck stop, in Ohio getting ready to get back on the road. East, then south and before tomorrow this time, we will be back home. Sorry.... We arrived back in Baltimore at 430am Saturday morning. We slept in the RV it was so late, we were so ...
... afternoon after we drove around South Bend, Notre Dame University, and seeing a movie, it decided to stop raining. We rushed back to the trailer and got into our riding cloth and picked up the bikes. We finally found the bike trail we were looking for... after an hour, and spent the rest of the day riding on a great bike trail. Lots of green country side, beautiful Omish farm houses, baby horses, carriages, ...
... br> without paying. Not that we knew we had, there was no one manning the
booths so we thought it might be free after a certain time or
something. Anyway, it turns out we were meant to pay somewhere and
the ticket went to Rick. Lesson learned. So on the road between
Milwaukee and Chicago, through Chicago and into Indiana we paid 6
tolls totally almost $25. I hope this isn't indicative of the rest of
the trip, that's gonna add up!
This is packing day. We've been debating all day (all week even?) whether to take one car (the CR-V) or two (the Prius also). We finally decide we CAN actually fit everything in one car (and on top in carrier). We decide to leave the kitchen ...
... Germany and the Netherlands during the Protestant Reformation. They were nicknamed "rebaptizers" or "Anabaptists" because they believed that baptism should be reserved for adults and not infants because adults could fully understand the consequences of their decision. They emphasize living in a community and being close with family. TV's, telephones, electricity, etc. are believed to separate families so they don't allow them. They use ...