Days Inn Butler-Conference Center
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This past week has been full of packing and some last minute planning. I can't even convey how excited I am for this trip to start. By this time tomorrow, Alex and I should be approaching our first stop - Chicago, where we will be spending the 4th of July weekend. Eek! I can't wait! Stay ...
Wayne and I headed out I70 at 11pm June 23, 2015. We drove (I should say, Wayne drove lol) 227 miles, and stopped to park overnight at Cracker Barrel 300 in New Stanton, Pa. Got up to grab breakfast/lunch, shop a little (that would be Deb) and get back on the road. Heading NW thru Erie via I79. Just got into Ohio , traveling 80W. Its 4pm. Traffic isn't so bad. But if we hit rush hour, the bus driver said he's stopping for a nap. Lol 2 miles to Cleveland / Akron. First fuel ...
... and called our friendly roadside assistance for more gas. Our plan allows for 5 gallons of gas. I figured if we could do this several times a day, we could increase our gas mileage considerably.
Next stop - Great Falls, MT. We were able to have dinner with Josh Wagoner, the guy I worked for at Hermit Park in CO. He was finally able to get out of there and get a new job in Montana. Maintenance supervisor for a bunch of ...
... the memories made on this trip can not be forgotten. This was proven by how much we remembered with only the itinerary and uncaptioned photos for reference.
Our wish is that anyone reading this blog takes a chance and dares to visit new places near and far. It's the only way to realize people are more alike than different and we can learn so much from each other. Safe Travels, Char and ...
... Below is a list of the steps that I took in order to make this work and trust me, if I can do it, so can you!
1. Figure out the when's, where's and how long's of the trip: One of the most difficult parts of studying abroad is deciding on where you actually want to study. If you have your mind set on a specific location then go for it! If you are the least bit unsure or if you have a few possible countries that you are tossing around, make a list ...