Days Inn Carrollton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Every football fan knows about the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, where the greats have had their likenesses made into busts and enshrined. It is a sort of pilgrimage spot for the faithful and it didn't disappoint.
A once in a lifetime opportunity, and once is enough, we arrived mid day amidst showers, hoping to find a spot to park the RV. Canton is on the eastern edge of Ohio and truly, for the first time, we felt we were in the "east". ...
... in Oak Harbor. We'd had to stay with Kay and Andrea in their house due to a really bad snow storm.Now, almost 23 years later, the Bolsters have 8 kids ranging in age from 3 to 17.
When we arrived, we were met by Ron, Kathryn (8) and Brendan (3). I offered to take Kathryn for a quick ride, which we did. She was able to take the controls and make a couple of simple turns, then we headed over town to look for her house. It took a few minutes, but we ...
... up a few of our favorite places we visited last year: Mi Casa restaurant (when we arrived, a good portion of our Mexican crew was there...you know its good Mexican food when that happens!), Moore Than Coffee (they make almond milk lattes that are to die for), and Clearwater Park (the RV park we stayed at last year where they make their own ice cream and root beer and make the BEST root beer floats you could ever hope to enjoy). We picked ...
Tomorrow is travel day. We leave Dundee, Ohio and head towards Petersburg, Michigan. Our stay here has been more restful and laid back than our previous stops. I am so glad Mike chose this particular area.
The land, with its rolling hills and open fields, has a singular beauty and the unadorned landscape ...
Yesterday was a bright beautiful, sunny day. A great day to celebrate our Nation's Birthday. We wanted to see the countryside, so we left early and headed out to The Farm at Walnut Creek, a local working Amish farm open to the public.
As we traveled through several small towns, basically just an intersection with a general store, and took in the beauty of the rolling hills, we past several ...