BEST WESTERN East Towne Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be OK. So I got up at 5:15, went over to take a shower, then picked up the other two. We walked around the square and shopped for about 2 hours. I bought a few things, but like most Farmer's Markets, things cost way more. However, the vegetables are much better looking and taste better than what you can buy in the store.
Today was a short day of seminars and since we're pretty much shopped out, there wasn't much to ...
... today so we proceeded to traipse up and down the aisles to see if we really needed some things. Well we did find a few things we wanted, not needed. The first thing we purchased was a vacuum. Yes I know I did already have one, but this one is so cute and small and has great suction power I just had to have it. They sold quiet a few today and I even heard some people say they like them so much that they are here to buy another one. So think I got a good thing this ...
... we should be using half a gallon per hour with a full load (both AC, Microwave, etc), so I'm thinking we are not using that much. Guess we'll know in a few days since it won't work once we get down to a quarter of a tank of gas.
We walked around the grounds today to get the lay of the land. We also met up with some other members of the chapter and drove down to the capitol square to walk around downtown. After a ...
... the rays of the sun. In Ohio we also saw apple orchards, with their crooked, arthritic branches twisting in different directions and reaching painfully for the ground as if to take root there.
An interesting observation this trip…those semi trucks that pull the big hauls are now towing THREE trailers behind them. Three. Most of them were UPS and Fed Ex. And it appears that they are only allowed to do this on the highway, because we ...
... I'd be happy for them to stick around for a very long time. We jumped on the coach for a long day driving. We ended up in Wisconsin with a couple of pit stops. We stopped off at the Miller Brewery for another tour. It was so different to the Steam Whistle brewery tour in Chicago. Miller is a lot larger brand so production levels are higher, whereas Steam Whistle seems more about the beer than numbers. Proof was in the punch though, Steam Whistle beer is a ...