Best Western Meander Inn
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... air. Sneeze city. Lunch was at a fast food establishment on the toll road. Best forgotten. Huckleberry had surgery on a cyst on his butt since I left. He did and is doing well with the assistance of house-sitter Michael and Aaron's mom Teri. Miku freaked while he was ...
... road for another climate change protest. We made our way onto the packed boiling hot subway towards the theatre district. Times Square almost had me back on the fags for the second time this week, for the life of me I couldn't find the hotel. We walked up and down neon lit streets at rush hour in the afternoon heat carrying these ridiculous bulging backpacks and as I found myself on the verge of tears I gave up and asked someone for directions. I followed ...
... for it, I had to get up and help before she woke the whole house!
Waking early, I went for a walk. The mist was rising off the river, and I met a man born, bred and buttered in this county. As we chatted, he kept correcting my English pronunciation!
After breakfast, and not leaving an hour for our food to digest as recommended by our respective parents, it was time for a dip in the river that runs in front of the B&B. Craig did his ice bucket ...
... as did the aerial shot of my chocolate-iced cinnamon bun...) Glazed doughnuts from 7-11 are still the best.
The Butler Institute of Art featured lots super colorful abstract stuff, plus American Impressionists and portrait artists. My favorite piece was all purple and based on Romulus and Remus (Rome's foundation myth) and I took a video of it (accidentally erased) and there's no image available online. Deep breath... there will be more ...
... or someone else really did watch over us I am sure of it. I planned the ride home coming northern route (80) for several reasons. One being that we hadn't been through Nebraska or Iowa on the bike but also to stay away from the southern routes. This time of year is usually bad for storms across the south and with us checking the weather it was a good choice. All we have been seeing is storms to our south. As of today we are over 7,200 miles and ...