Americas Best Value Inn-Columbus/West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We awoke early this morning so we got up and got on the road by 6:45 am. We left under cloudy skies with a drizzly rain that turned heavy off and on for the first three hours. In an attempt to avoid as many tolls as possible, we traveled out I-70 to I-68 into West Virginia passing Sideling Hill and Cheat Lake along the way.
Once into Pennsylvania on I-79 we hopped off the interstate to take a look at the Hughes Bridge, a covered bridge built in 1889 on a side ...
... flew to Florida. Paul was sure he wouldn't like it but we were both pleasantly surprised with how much room there was, and how bright inside. We arrived Sunday, staying until the inspection Wed afternoon and the interview with the condo association ladies. In between we checked out the area, the consignment stores, the beaches and restaurants. I think we will enjoy being here. After some haggling over the repair of the electrical panel and removal of the ...
... the keys inside. The car alarm was on, so the car was locked. Good thing I added roadside assistance to my insurance policy! We were running late for the game, so I decided I'd call Geico when we got back. Roya and I are two of the most dysfunctional people I know. We got to the stadium downtown and realized we didn't bring cash to pay for parking. We rummaged through the car and Roya found 3 dollar bills, I dug out $1.80 in change from ...
Today was my last day in NOLA. it was time to turn around and go back home to pick up my life. Mirza and I went to breakfast at The Grill nola before I left. We told the waiter we were from Pittsburgh and he started singing, "Black and yellow, black and yellow!" From there, we went to the Lafayette Cemetery to try and find the statue of the weeping angel. It was pouring down rain and we were trudging through the cemetery in our ponchos. My flip flop kept ...
A few months ago, I bought a book called "The Great American Roadtrip" which contains different attractions throughout the states. One of the attractions in Ohio that was listed in the book was the Longaberger building (a building that looks like a giant basket). I saw it in the book when I first bought it and thought it'd be cool to go see.. but it wasn't appealing enough to make a special trip to see it. It's one of those things that you get to, look at it, say, "Neat!" ...