Days Inn Sidney
Travel Blogs from Sidney
... time last year. In one short year (I can't believe how quickly it came and went) we are doing this together. Him and I, a Honda s2000, National Parks, horseback riding, biggest things to "oooh" and "aaaah" at, all in the comfort of the United States of America. We may not be leaving US boarders, but travelers we are, and travelers we'll forever be. So here we go! Let each mile bring us closer to one another and allow us to capture the beauty of our tremendous 'back ...
... smelted magnitude. If that bit breaks off, it will probably burn right through a person's outfits and cling to your skin surface. There is also the danger of going down and burrowing into a palm or leg. 2) Circular Saws Circular saws contain a built in guard, which is habitually drawn backwards in making work less complicated. Pulling it back also tends to make it less challenging for you to slash yourself, most notably when carrying out work on the highest ...
I hope you are having a great time. We just went into the 4th week in our holiday and one of the highlights was that two days ago we went to a theme park called Kings Island. It was an hour drive from our hotel in Troy to get there but because school was back in the United States of America and it was an overcast day not many people were there. ...
... in the next town over, Troy. No more trains :)
We find some great accommodation in Troy which has open grass areas for the boys to play baseball, a pool for everyone and a basketball court just outside. We have a lounge and an area to make our own food and everything is walking distance from the hotel. The kids ( and Sam & I) are happy that we can walk to Walmart which seems to have become a daily pilgrimage. That store seriously has everything and ...
... with him too. So much fun. :)
After parting ways with our sponsor in St. Paris, we did the two hour jump to Centerburg (the geographical center of Ohio!). We stopped by a Flying J to fill up on LP gas, dump, and refill our fresh water and then 20 minutes later, we were pulling into the Centerburg Church of Christ, which had graciously offered us a free place to park, along with electrical hook-up and access to their wi-fi. Yay!!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking