Best Way Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Today, Noel, Tony and I happened across this lovely historic town called MADISON on the OHIO River in Indiana..about 40 minutes from the Ohio River crossing at Louisville. ..
I fell in love with this town...streets and streets of historical homes and buildings. Blocks and Blocks of lovely churches, shops and buildings..I have to go back here again...
Meanwhile, we ...
... t in the backup described above. Altogether, a 5 hour drive took us 8 .5 hours.
Then, when we got to the hotel, we noticed that the ice chest was leaking water. Turns out the plug had not been put back in when we emptied out the water this morning. Had to practically unpack the van (not easy, since it was piled full of souvenirs) and put up the seat to dry it out.
Our worst day by far. But we are dry now, and full from a steak at Texas Roadhouse, so all is good again......
... particular, but everything was amazing).
I'm finding it harder and harder to come up with anything to write about our days...I feel like we're in an endless loop of same-ness (if you've read Jasper Fforde's Thursday Next books, I feel as though I'm Aornis imprisoned by the Chronoguard in a time-loop in a T.K. Maxx department store) and that there ...
... webs- they're absolutely stunning. I'm not sure if the photos show them very well, but they were pretty cool, especially because they were covered in drops of dew. Reminded of the ginormous spiders in Texas, I'm very careful not to get tangled or see the master crafters of these webs. Before heading out, we risk getting lost in the corn maze. Knowing that I'm a bit of a human GPS, I figure it'll be easy enough to run through- wrong! This ...
Eastern West Virginia is mountainous so it took 3 hours to go 100 miles, It was all switchbacks and 30 mph. Lots of greenery and logging sites.
It was overcast and rainy most of the day. It seemed to pour (windshield wipers on high) at least once an hour.
I cheated and took route 32 across southern Ohio because 50 arched north.
I had skyline chili for lunch and dinner. It was really good and a ...