The Oliver Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... you what a popular place they are, that there's so much extra being built. Also very religious. There's a basilica right beside the dome and a recreated Lourdes grotto behind that. Everyone prays. Mary and Moses are everywhere. The painting on the inside ceiling of the dome is Mary ascending into heaven (no toenails), and the point on the top of the dome is not a point. It's a 19 foot statue of Mary. As well as all this, somewhere along the way, an ...
... I thought. I'm sorry. So on Friday, I headed up towards Millenium Station, did a bit of quick shopping in Sephora because Grace is obsessed with it and her obsession rubs off on me and OH MY GOD they have all the lipsticks. Then I hopped on the top deck of the double decker train to South Bend, which was very cool. I had a single seat, I had two racks within easy reach for all my bags, and I had my Garrett popcorn for lunch. UNfortunately, there are some sort of railworks ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... nervous; thankfully I passed...PHEW!!! Anyone back in the UK reading - it was so much faster and easier out here than what we are used to. After passing my written (50 multiple choice questions), I drove around with a lady for about 15 minutes. I'm pretty familiar with the main roads around here but she took me on a few ones I hadn't been on yet. She was real chatty and asked all about what our driving test is like etc... After driving in a big loop only encountering basic ...