The Inn on Maple Street Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So this is the first time we have had internet connection..since we left Monroeville, so there will be a couple of entries to catch you up, We had a long day at our 1st event, it rained which made it very miserable...but we over came that problem.....we had about 7 people working for us and that made life easy, when it came to repacking everything....so all in all was not bad. So ...
... on the ground from coast to coast. So was a uneventful drive, we went to the wedding rehearsal (do not know why) but was GREAT to see the grandbabies, Our kids have wonderful babies, enjoyed holding all of them.....and enjoyed seeing my kids again. So we are here until Sun. and heading back to Sue's house on monday. So the wedding is tomorrow, looking forward to it, but really enjoy seeing kids and grandbabies the most....until neaxt time, which should be next wed. CYA down the ...
... had lived when he started married life with Frances when younger and where his great aunt Gertrude – known as Dee Dee - still lived. We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to call in and say hello and would serve as a convenient park up place for the night.
Dee Dee was absolutely bowled over to get to meet London, we really made her day. She’s had quite the week already having just turned 90 on the Monday prior with a big celebratory family ...
... Fred Del Grosso. They founded Del Grosso Foods and eventually bought the park in 1946 and the rest is history. The park includes a fabulous Carousel built in 1924 by Spillman Engineering. Of course, we couldn't resist. We just had to have a ride. Our visit also included a taste of the family recipe in the form of slices of pizza. Good stuff.
A friend of ...
... we veered off to the Southwest to follow the 'Seaway Trail' along the shore of Lake Erie. We did this for about 2 hours, including a lunch break at Hamburg Town Beach where we sat on a log by the water's edge. Not bad for February! We stopped at Greycliffe, which is one of famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright's creations. Unfortunately, as it was President's Day, it was closed, but ...