Days Inn Cloverdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Park named after John James Audubon who was an ornithologist. There were many banners of welcome on the street lights. Each banner depicted a different species of birdlife. Also there were many small sculptures of birds on the pavements.
Bill took photos of the big old rusty iron train bridge over the Ohio River and guess what I hear that train a comin’…. All 85 carriages of it. The next train we saw, the Indianna Southern, only had 25 carriages.
... So we head there, had lunch, use the wifi and book a hotel in Bloomington, just outside of Indianapolis for the night.
We kick it straight through Kentucky and get into Bloomington, only stopping for fuel along the way, and get in around 8pm. We check into our little hotel, and head straight back out to the grocery store to get an easy dinner. We weren’t particular hungry, so I literally ate ...
Thanks to our dear friend Bruce, we're ready and patiently waiting at the gate for the leg to Newark. As usual, JR goofed on the security personnel as we were being screened through. I asked if she wanted to go to Ireland with me and she threatened to detain him in Indy so she could go with. ,) And...,,, the wait continues. Our 6:55 departure for Dublin from ...
... change of clothes I 'mommy-made' him pack in his carry-on bag. As Rick Steves says, no one comes back from a trip abroad saying he wished he had packed more stuff, which is a lesson we are taking to heart. You have to understand the back story here. We're used to traveling by car and each trip finds at least one shirt, sometimes two, ...
... but not within 4 miles of the car.
There were no detours today but today was probably the worst hiking day due to all the roads and my knee and foot hurting. The end of the trail, 2 miles out from the car and 2 miles back, was well worth the trip. The end may even be a good starting point to camp at and start off from on our next pass thru. I believe we ...