Econo Lodge Hermitage
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... were ushered through the back past rows of loud Italian families enjoying dinner together, until we reached a busy terrace at the rear of the restaurant. Our waiter was a stereotypical Italian New Yorker, straight off the set of Goodfellas. Ashleigh really enjoyed her pizza, mine was ok, it's safe to say I won't be having anchovies again though. After our meal we walked back to the hotel and saw a huge rat running about on the street on the way. Ash nearly ...
... as did the aerial shot of my chocolate-iced cinnamon bun...) Glazed doughnuts from 7-11 are still the best.
The Butler Institute of Art featured lots super colorful abstract stuff, plus American Impressionists and portrait artists. My favorite piece was all purple and based on Romulus and Remus (Rome's foundation myth) and I took a video of it (accidentally erased) and there's no image available online. Deep breath... there will be more ...
... in a hotel located on the lovely Warren Courthouse Square where we took a stroll after dinner.
Tomorrow we're heading for Cleveland, which is a little over an hour away. Cleveland Shmeveland you say? No, we're on a mission to visit something there, but more about that later. ...
... some other kid's of Vietnam Veterans visiting the National Veterans Art Museum.
One of the cool things about this trip is meeting other American Kids of Vietnam Veterans. I have not physically met Josh or Rachel yet, the other two delegates. Luke and I will also meet anyone who comes to the museum for the meet and greet for the first time ever. We are all spread around the country, so it is exciting to finally meet each other ...
We are leaving Ohio today and heading northeast.
Going through Ohio we went through Zanesville, named after Zane Gray. There is an exhibit here for him, but we didn't stop. Still I thought the Gray family would get a kick out of this, so I am posting it for Betty to see and share. Highway 666 that had a big sign across it saying that it was "Impassable due to sever weather conditions." We took that to mean that Hell is in ...