Quality Inn & Suites Dayton South / Miamisburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We had a great dinner last night with Tom, Gractia and the two kids in Dayton Ohio. They advised us to stop at jungle Jims on our way out, which is not your typical grocery store/ international market/ butcher/ fish market/ liquor store/ cigar shop/ etc... This place was huge! After spending a bit doing some shopping around the world we are off to the Great Smokey Mountain national park to do a little hiking. Tennessee here we ...
When we got to Dayton, it was bare ground but later on in the month they got quite a bit of snow and cold weather. It was below zero for about a week. I didn't mind the snow at all, even went out and went sled riding behind the hotel and built a snowman. No one in my class wanted to go with me but I had fun anyway. One of my classmates, Belinda, ...
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... all the truck traffic. Richard had counted on getting an electronic trip tik from CAA the night before we left to confirm our route. It turns out the format has changed and we decided against downloading it to the iPad.
Nonetheless we made it to Miller Lane and tried yet another hotel here which was just fine. It was great to be able to walk to dinner across the street at O'Charleys.
After 36 days, 35 nights, 7956 miles (we should have driven around another 44 miles!), traveling through 18 states and one province, 13 lunches eaten in the car, seeing great friends and family, visiting places we have never been, seeing this vast country we live in, many glasses of usually great wine, wonderfully prepared cuisine, pounds gained - too many to mention, and we had no big fight along the way, we are finally home. Left St. Louis after a ...