Econo Lodge Zanesville
Travel Blogs from Zanesville
... all of the signs to get to a lake that is unreachable! What kind of a game is this Ohio? Watch the tourist go in circles??? Not fun.
So then we decided to go and look for the little town of Baltimore, where Christi grew up. Low and behold, It's there!!! Well Glory Be!!! Since we didn't have her old home address at the time we settled ...
We started our day with driving out to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Unfortunately there was no way for us to get in to see anything. So bummed!
The irony of the warning signs along the roads cracked me up. (See photos)
So we continued along Highway 70 into Ohio. We drove through Richmond, Springfield and Columbus before stopping in Buckeye Lake. ...
Because poor Regan had a terrible sore throat (which she feared was strep throat), she was unable to go to Zanesville to return Otto's car. but that unfortunate situation allowed me to have another night with Cassie and Otto. Chris was allegedly away working out of town again, so we didn't see him until morning. It was a really great surprise final evening with Cass and her son. auntie Kathy really enjoyed it (and took ...
niece Cassandra loaned me "Otto's car" to use in columbus while I visited Dennis, Regan, and Jeanne. On the way, I took in a bit of the annual garage sale that occurs all along the entire route 40. From Ohio through to Missouri, each Memorial Day ...
... year in late May and have the whole summer off...starting the next grade in early September). So, the purpose of this diatribe is: Auntie Kathie was in town and able to attend Otto's 8th grade graduation from West Muskingham Middle School. He will be moving on to High School in September, and I was thrilled to be able to share such a meaningful milestone with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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