Comfort Inn & Suites Austintown
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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 ...
... might as well get our money's worth and watch the comedy. None of the aforementioned superstars were there. Of course they weren't. Remember those dodgy blokes I just mentioned? They were the comedians. To be fair to them some if them were really funny but I still came away from the place feeling like I'd been properly diddled. To round things off nicely I tripped on the fire escape on the way out and did a spectacular forward roll past the sex shop to the ...
... 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 ...
I'm reeling from the disappointment of just having lost all the videos I took today--- still trying to get my head wrapped around this Go Pro technology. Other than that, a great third day. I spent the morning setting up this blog at the main public library in town (gotta love libraries for all the outlets... and internet without the alluring smells of McDonald's or Starbucks). Then I headed to an amazing-looking doughnut shop that unfortunately failed ...
Youngstown, Ohio is a city that was built by the steel
industry, one of those places where labor unions used to have significant power
until they priced their members’ work out of existence. The Unite States actually
still produces a substantial amount of steel, but it just does so in efficient
mills which employ far fewer people and are located in different parts of ...