Days Inn Bellville
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Travel Blogs from Bellville
Started the day with a
tour of Jim beams distillery including samples. The honey bourbon with
ice and water was OK but nothing I'd buy.
Heading towards Cleveland to visit the Rock Hall of fame as our last visit before heading home.
Got stuck in a couple of traffic jams and torrential rain.
Again the radio was interrupted for warnings.....thunderstorms and
flooding. That's OK as long as they don't come ...
... that the river was running very full and it was quite muddy.
We passed the exit to King’s Island around 10:45 and remembered the first time we were there when our girls were just little kids. That was the last time I rode a roller coaster since I thought I was going to lose Kim on one of the hills because she was MUCH too short to be on it and I thought she was going to fall out! By the way…speaking of Kimbo…sweetie, ...
... came loose and I was able to slide my shorts off.
The night before my son told me that someone was tickling the back of his neck and we blew it off and his imagination. Then when my shorts got stuck on the curtain rod we were sure a ghost was hanging around playing jokes. We mentioned it to the lady at the front desk during check out and she wasn't surprised about the ghost only that he was in our room.
... awesome day.
The bar tender (Jay) suggested I check out Athens. So off to Athens I go (Libby: turns out I will be taking some of the roads you suggested.)
Routes: 36 east except the last five miles into GambierCities: Many small towns. Urbana was a very cool small town and I drove by the Honda plant in Marysville after I took a wrong turn onto a limited access highway.
... and Switzerland. At that time "Dutch" was a broader term that meant what we today call Flemish, Dutch or German. The terms "High Dutch" (German) and "Low Dutch" (Dutch, "nether" means "low") were used to make a clearer distinction between what we now call German (from Latin) or Dutch (from Old High German).
We visited the Visitor Center and saw the 10 foot by 265 foot mural called Behalt. http://www.behalt.com/ Very interesting. The ...