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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hit the BP station in Metropolis, IL randomly and the boys were excited to find out that it's Superman's hometown. Even the gas station had these sweet cutouts to pose with. They want to collect stickers from all of the states as we travel so we were able to get a fun one. As we travel further south the people seem to get more polite. Less fashionable perhaps but definitely kinder and more considerate. Made it to Kentucky!!! ...
... somehow keeping our language under control. The dang Smarty car locked up twice, since I didn't have the key turned right, and so learned a valuable lesson on that.
Another stupendous state park, now in Kentucky. It's like a golf course but the lake and beach are a ways away. We'll cool it here and head to Mammoth Caves, backtracking East for about 83 miles, unintentionally.
Stayed at Terry Lane's overnight. WHAT A HOUSE!! Just amazing! Nice old house with the highest ceilings I have ever seen and history of its own. Chatting with Terry was like seeing an old friend again even tho I barely knew her before I met her. ...
... facility where the candidates for this unit undergo selection training. This may not sound all that exciting, except for the fact that they are housed in old ammunition bunkers in what used to be an old Cold War nuclear weapons storage area. There were lots of remnants of this period, complete with concrete "pill boxes" that used to be where the sentries used to be stationed.
A very unique day for both Marion and I
... so they had an auction for the property and contents. Eventually a Trust bought 500 of the acres that still had 10 of the original buildings on the property and six are open for viewing.
I thought Shakers were like Amish but they branched off from the Quakers. They grew their own food and made most of the items they needed and in 1798 invented the flat broom. They believed in equality of the sexes and races and were celibate, religious ...