M-Star Hotel Wauseon
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- Easy drive but really didn't get far?!..despite explicit instructions I managed to get turned around ( ie lost)leaving Kitchener just as I did entering it!!!...not an easy "on/ off" from 401!!
- Mindless TV ....fits my mood tonight!!
Even after such a memorable evening with our hosts Bob and Ted, and the rest of a motley crew, I have to admit that I did not have particularly high hopes for breakfast this morning, which was promoted as "continental plus." In my defence, in the USA the description “continental breakfast” normally means “bear minimum that we can get away with and still call it breakfast.” So I unkindly assumed that the “plus” would be ...
... This year's festival takes place this coming weekend. It looks like it will be a great time!
I can't believe we are getting so close! We have traveled 888 miles with only 277 miles to go.
That is 1,429 km down and 446 km to go!
I hope that you have a WONDERFUL first week of Grade Two. I am thinking about you and your family this week. Thanks for being you. ...
... exhibit--- well worth it! We weren't supposed to take pics in this show but you'll see I managed to sneak in some footage of Shiva Bhairav. Then I drove across the Erie Lake shoreline of Ohio to the Toledo Museum of Art... less exciting than Cleveland but still a good stop.
Tomorrow I'm headed to Chicago to see an old friend.
... so green and pretty. It's been mostly farm roads. The route we're taking is very busy with a narrow shoulder though. Ohioans are by far the rudest drivers towards cyclists that I've encountered. We passed a stand that said Veg Veg on a sign. I turned around and bought a tomato. The man selling them told us that he has a Garden of Eden in his backyard. I asked if I could get a picture, and he walked me back. He proudly grew tomatoes, string beans, and peppers. ...