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We've planned, interviewed friends and acquaintances, researched (i.e. googled), translated, and scheduled carefully every detail of our adventure! In just a few short days the TRIP will begin. Two weeks, 14 days, a fortnight... Let's see if Europe is ready for GiGi and ...
During my weekend stay in Bloomington, I went for a run on the B Line Trail. Being a former railway, its now a nice trail. Start in the city a little movement natural some nice nature pics me trying hitchhiking (in vain) and review of a discussion with girl scouts Enjoy
Lunch at Lennie's Brewery with beers made on the premises. Made the rounds to a couple of local art galleries in Bloomington, but too HOT! Toured the Tibetan Cultural Center close to Sue and John's house. The Dali Lama's brother has lived in ...
Sailin' with Sue & John on their 26 foot sailboat on a 10,000 acre lake. Pushing 100 degrees, just enough wind, barely avoiding heatstroke. We view local hero John Mellencamp's lakeside castle. On to dinner at a restaurant overlooking the lake.
... and the lesser-known "Kentuck Knob". Had lunch close-by at Ohio Pyle, a whitewater sports mecca.
On to Indiana:
Enjoyed a great ride across W. Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana through back roads on a route suggested by Sue and John in Bloomington, our next stop. Stopped for coffee in a restaurant in Greensberg, IN, situated in the Twilight Zone, circa 1950. Arrived kinda of tired around 6:30pm for linguine and Wine.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed