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, ...
... Two gentlemen were also waiting. We waited awhile and where about to call the hotel when a man came around the corner with two cups of coffee. He handed them to the two gentlemen and as they walked out the door he apologized for the wait. He was very informative about the hotel and explained all needed details. Our room was upgraded to a suit which included. two double beds in one room and a pull out couch and kitchenette in ...
... front of me was a spectacular rain bow. I took this as a sign that the day would be great.
At the point I picked up 36, it was a two lane country road interrupted periodically by small middle American towns. And, because it was Sunday morning, most of the cars I saw were in church parking lots. I drove through two very heavy rain storms lasting about 10-15 minutes each Before the ...
This talks about Pennsylvania Amish but it is true for Ohio also:
If They Aren't Dutch, Why the Name?This German myth is actually two!First of all, we can quickly dispose of the "Pennsylvania Dutch" misnomer. The term is more properly "Pennsylvania German" because the so-called Pennsylvania Dutch have nothing to do with Holland, the Netherlands, or the Dutch language. They originally came from German-speaking areas of Europe and speak ...