Americas Best Value Inn
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... and heard of this and always thought that it would be an interesting thing to see, but actually seeing a small glimpse from the road, it does not take long to realize the magnitude of the problem and it must be so hard for people who are from Detroit to see their city like this. On a good note, it would be a great city to film a post-apocalyptic movie. On the way through Ohio, there were road works and detours - and we took a route ...
... that brief time, the Fort housed the British, Virginia and Pennsylvania Regiments as well as Royal Americans and Native American encampments. The Fort also had a Blacksmith shop, clay bake ovens, a hospital complex, smokehouse and sawmill. There were the usual armaments, that included a six-pound field cannon, a five and a half inch Howitzer along with well appointed stores of ammunition. Short lived, but vitally important. The Fort at Ligonier fulfilled the need ...
... noon flight to get on board until our plane was full. We left about 40 minutes late but we were the lucky ones. After we were in the air we found out from the United website that our flight was cancelled and later found out there was engine trouble. We assumes they tried to get some of the rest of our flight on Erin's flight to Chicago as her flight left an hour late leaving her only an hour and a half to ...
... totally different perspective on an aquarium and one you don't often get to see. Then with the tour over, we all went to the front of the aquarium to see it how the rest of the tourists get to see it. Very impressive!
Well by now we were getting hungry. Stephanie drove us in the buggy up towards Africa and dropped us off. We said our thanks and our goodbyes to her before finding some food.
In the Africa section everything is African themed including the ...
... We gave the search another hit on Wednesday morning and hit a stumbling block. Whatever we buy, we would not be able to drive as we needed a residential address to get insurance. And you have to have insurance to register the car. As foreigners we would not be able to buy here at all it seems. Umm can we find a way around it? We shall keep looking.
Wednesday afternoon saw us driving off to Zanesville, south east of Columbus and out to the Wilds. We were ...