Shady Oaks Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Another feast for breakfast this morning: fresh fruit, fresh juice, huge omelet with sausage, tomato, mushroom and cheese, french toast and muffins. We were with a couple from Dayton who were off to ride on the Towpath Trail. After breakfast we left for the northern terminus o f the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad at Rockside Road. When we got …
Breakfast was at 8:30 this morning. What a feast! Donna had teapots with water keeping hot over candles and a wonderful selection of teas. The orange juice was freshly squeezed. There were croissants, muffins, and toast with peach jam. Fresh fruit with bananas, strawberries, oranges and more. Then she brought in the quiche with sausage, tomatoes, …
This morning we had a great breakfast at 8:30. Our host fixed fresh fruit, juice and coffee. While we had those he prepared Eggs Benedict which were wonderful. We talked quite awhile about the history of the house which had been a home, a hotel for business women in the early 20th century and was a flophouse with 29 rooms to rent when he bought it …
We made it to Cleveland Monday evening and stayed downtown so we'd be closer to the rock n roll hall of fame. We were on a tight schedule and didn't get but an hour to tour which is not remotely enough time. We had tickets to the gran ole opry Tuesday evening so we were going to have to hustle ...
We had a wonderful day with a morning visit to Richard's daughter, Amy, who has cerebral palsy and spends her work days at a wonderful facility called the Pieters Life Center. From there, we headed west on Route 90 traveling along the NY State Thruway, down Route 271 to the Ohio Route 80 interstate. Enough about roads.
For lunch, we pulled off the highway ...