Village View B&B
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... So other drivers followed suit and asked for milk when they won. The other tradition is to kiss the brick at the finish line. So when our tour stopped at the finish line Jim and I tried to kiss the bricks but it was raining and wet so we just bent down and pretended!
We saw the Lucas Oil Stadium where the Indianapolis Colts play. The top of the stadium opens up by sliding across a track. It was closed when we went by since it was ...
Not a lot to report today. Just an in transit day - riding from Cleveland to Elkhart, Indiana - which is on the old US 20 highway. The motel was behind a gas station and a fairly heavy industrial area.
Wandered over to a local Applebees for dinner.
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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 ...
Just entered Indiana . Almost 9pm, going to stop to eat, after an ill fated attempt to get KFC at a rest area... Only to find out Sbarro took the space .... Poppy was very disappointed to say the least. So, back to good old Cracker Barrel... Maybe.... Running out of time ...
We spent 2 nights in Middlebury Indiana at a KOA. We were in Amish country with several small villages were in close proximity. Middlebury, Shipshewana and Elkhart were the areas we visited. The areas were surrounded by vast farm land and was beautiful. Beautiful barns too.
We went out to explore these areas and very quickly we were made aware of the Amish when we saw the black buggies pulled by beautiful horses. The highways have ...