Country Inn Stes Toledo South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... packed, got back on the iron horses and hit the highway. The Appalachians are firmly astern of us now, but we moved north and west towards Ohio and there were still plenty of rolling hills and lots of trees to keep us interested. By ‘morning drinks break’ we were on the shores of the smallest and shallowest of the Great Lakes – Lake Erie. A most pleasant and well kempt little marina town by the name of Vermilion made a fine stopping point. ...
... This year's festival takes place this coming weekend. It looks like it will be a great time!
I can't believe we are getting so close! We have traveled 888 miles with only 277 miles to go.
That is 1,429 km down and 446 km to go!
I hope that you have a WONDERFUL first week of Grade Two. I am thinking about you and your family this week. Thanks for being you. ...
... exhibit--- well worth it! We weren't supposed to take pics in this show but you'll see I managed to sneak in some footage of Shiva Bhairav. Then I drove across the Erie Lake shoreline of Ohio to the Toledo Museum of Art... less exciting than Cleveland but still a good stop.
Tomorrow I'm headed to Chicago to see an old friend.
... a newer one!). We got to see her new baby!!!
Some of that rain followed us into Mt. P . . . but in the short time we visited with Paula, it quit!! After we hit the road, we made a couple of stops when we got closer to home . . . and got some groceries at a Kroger and
Costco . . . as we knew there would be few fresh things at home . . .
and we were right!! We also stopped at a regular cider mill stop, usually in the ...
... even if he is a bike snob. He says water bottles should only be a certain smaller size. He calls hills "rises" and downhill "false flat". He only wears wool jerseys and bib shorts because they're classic. He learned Spanish because he wanted to understand the race reports for the Columbian cycling team. He's flying home instead of taking the 5-day train ...