Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Erie South
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
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... Indiana and then were absolutely floored when we had to pay $18.50 in Ohio because we were over 7' 6" high. Lucky the gas is so cheap, and the highway rest stops were very nice.
Oh, and somewhere today we crossed into another time zone - no idea where but it's later than we thought. Guess that's why it got dark so early.
Woke up sleepy but refreshed and ready for a new fun filled day! Got hannah up and ready with 20 min to spare for breakfast. We enjoyed French toast and strawberry yogurt. Plus an awesome cup of coffee, and hannah brought some tea for later, back to the room. I laughed so hard when we got back to the room- hannah has her own card, and when the door ...
... Kimmie's daughter. Our original restaurant, 1776, was closed for lunch on Saturdays, so we went to the Safari Grill. This must be the largest collection of taxidermy I have ever seen (and I've been in bars in Wyoming, so you know that's saying something). There were stuffed bears of every type, and mounted heads of almost any animal you can imagine someone shooting (and a few you can't). An elephant. Several warthogs. Deer and antelope ...
... to after 3:30 PM at Two Mile Run County Park. After finding the sites we had reserved to be both too small and too muddy to suit our rigs, we pulled out and headed for Meadville. We lucked in to two spaces at the KOA, and by 6:30 were in, set up, and at the Hunter's Inn on highway 27 to meet Kimmie and her husband Donnie for dinner.
The Hunter's Inn was one of those great little locals places, where everyone knows everyone. The food ...
... importanly though, and most heartwrenching, after saying goodbye last night, I also realize that I gained friendships and bonds with my peers and mentors that are irreplaceable. I have included in this entry group pictures from throughout the trip that I hope will capture these newly formed relationships and which hold invaluable memories that I hope to keep the rest of my life. Traveling to Europe for the ...