Courtyard By Marriott Dayton North
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... on rooftops as we headed towards Windsor using the 403 and 401. This was my first experience driving with a trailer, and very nearly my first experience driving the new BMW X3. I think I did very well although one cannot take your mind of the driving for one minute, and so, you get tired more easily.
We were across the border before noon. Unfortunately, even though we have Nexus cards, we ...
Here we are in Dayton. Every other mile in Ohio is being dug up or paved, but we had zero hold-ups, just lots of hairy, narrow lanes at 65 mph & hundreds of 16-wheelers movin' the USA economy along. Tonight we 'll dine with some calm dignity (we hope) .... a Japanese restaurant right across the road from the motel.
Saw glimpses of Lake Erie: very blue, featureless, and without a farther shore. ...
This cake shop is located where the old Woody's grocery store was in West Carrollton. The cupcake from the run was very good. The chocolate cake was very moist. Most of my friends really like their buttercream icing but it is a little too sweet for my taste. One cupcake is definitely my limit for the ...
In an effort to get back into a regular exercise routine, I decided to start with a 5k. Since my love for cake is so much stronger than my love for sleep, I decided to start with the Buttercream 5k. It may not be the best thing for diet but it certainly is great for my body to get out and move. Tomorrow I'll ...
... them. H's aren't pronounced and for instance, the word tango would be pronounced taingo. There are many other subtleties that are hard to explain, but we loved listening to them talk, always with enthusiasm.
Of all the provinces, Newfoundland was the least wealthy in terms of "the finer things in life." Restaurants were few and far between and B&B's took the place of hotels. However, most of the locals we talked to exuded a spirit of happiness ...