Village View B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... City. After some shopping, we rode towards my friend's friends house in Wheatfield, Indiana for our first overnight. They were so lovely, welcomed us very warmly. I was so very happy to see Mary my dear friend, but also glad to get to know Angie and her family. Tonight we didn't have to sleep in camper yet ;) -Chicago Illinois, Middlebury Indiana, Lighthouse Premium Outlet Michigan City Indiana, Wheatfield ...
... now and I won't be dragging this trailer through all these large cities. However we found Cleveland to be a really pretty city. It is on Lake Erie and just very slightly elevated so we could see the lake as we drove through. I'm sure the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame here is one of many attractions that draws visitors. Once we get past Chicago we may slow the pace again. The Twin Mills campground where we stopped here in ...
... lot around 8am and were excited because our friends Jeremiah and Stef Wade (who live not too far from here) were coming out with their kids to have breakfast with us and attend the first show. We've known them for over 15 years and it's always an absolute delight to catch up with them. We had breakfast with the four of them at Das Essenhaus, an amazing Amish restaurant down the road from the lot.
We're back in the heart of ...
... We visited the "Menno-Hof", a museum dedicated to teach tourists such as us about the three Anabaptist groups here: Mennonites, the Amish and the Hutterites, which is the oldest surviving communal society. The museum was very interesting. Fortunately, it had ...
... frankly couldn't raise enough oomph to go then.
So today we made the effort to go to the Indiana community which is approx 20 miles from the hotel we stayed at, in a little town called Nappanee.
We paid an entry fee so that we could go on a guided tour of part of the original house. Apart from the clothing, it was a tad disconcerting to find the old wash tub, and manual wringer.
I remember Mum using these when I ...