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Travel Blogs from Brookville
... Arrived at hotel and had shower and warmed up. Put the A/C unit to heat. First time on this trip. Ordered in a pizza for lunch and then I tested out the bed quality with a nap. Well I use the term losely as not sure when a nap becomes a sleep but I just couldn't get up. Not even for a milkshake.
Went to dinner at Golden Coral and had a good feed. Other American observation-their lemonade is usually flat.
I miss having metal cutlery at breakfast too...
... and sat down in the restaurant at 3. The Tamales were delicious as well as the pork taco that I got. Peg liked the taste of the taco she snitched so much, she ordered her own.
We were going to take one of the scenic highways shown on our atlas on our way back, but it was raining so hard you could not see the nose of the truck. So we just took IN 70 back to Richmond.
I have to confess that I messed up where we are camping – we were ...
... trees in place and fitting the campsites in between them. Again a lot of seasonal campers but also a good number of transit sites.
We are quite tired tonight as the side trip to the factory added about 1.5 hours’ drive to our 6 hour trip, plus the time at the factory. Peg still fixed a great dinner with the last of our potato salad and extra thick pork chops that we had gotten out in Saugerties when visiting Lenny and Lois. Me, I got a badly needed ...
The day was a bit cloudy, but the temps were up, so it was a good day to see Antietam, or as the southerners call it, Sharpsburg. But we are in the North, or at least a border state, so we'll call it Antietam.
The drive was not long from the Embassy Suites in Wilmington, DE to Antietam, Maryland, about an hour. We parked at the Visitor’s Center and made a mad dash for the movie theatre as the half-hour movie was ...
... up for a zip line tour, Macy and Anna were excited to try out an aerial ropes course, and we all got tickets to the planetarium.
After a ton of laughs, much fun, a picnic lunch, a little hard work, a movie, and a brief re-tour of the actual museum, we decided to call it a day. Our new home is a La Quinta in Cincinnati.
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