Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Fort Wayne
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Travel Blogs from Fort Wayne
... moving because there was very little wind. We saw an Outlaw biker in Ohio with a patch on. He did not stop to say hello. We ended up in a town called Huntington in Indiana. Had a great supper at a place called Joe's which was right next to our Motel. Not a bad room for only $55. We rode over 550 km today. Now we have to plan tomorrow's ...
... I had just left my house and was on my way to work. My cell phone rang and I did not recognize the number. At first I was just going to let it ring, but then I remembered that it could be the radio show. Luckily, I answered and was told I won. (I screamed and sounded like an idiot on the radio.) Ever since that Monday, Aaron and I have been planning things to do on this vacation!
This is the first time, for both of ...
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Lastly, while riding through Hoosier land, the one constant that both Deena and I continually observed was how many American flags we saw. House after house, yard after yard, Old Glory was proudly displayed everywhere! Without a doubt, not even close, we have never witnessed so many flags anywhere while riding through all of the states we have. It truly was awesome, and it did our hearts ...
... in our lawn chairs and having cocktails together. Funny how we just keep meeting great people. We had the opportunity to take a tour of the factory where the coaches are actually made (actually Walt took the tour, I listened on the headset because I did not have on closed shoes and they wouldn't allow me in the factory - who knew)! Decatur has a population of 9,000+ people and not a whole lot to do except they have ...
... confess here that we were at McDonald’s once again. I REALLY like the chocolate chip frappes!
Back on the road at 1:45 we drove to Auburn, IN and the Auburn, Cord, Duesenberg Museum, arriving at 3:30. This was the second time we have visited it and we thought it was even better this time. It is much superior to the R.E. Olds Transportation Museum that we saw earlier today. Even the building it is in (circa 1926) was a jewel. The cars are ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking