Extended Stay America - Cleveland - Airport - North Olmsted
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... it wasn't very interesting so we switched to music on Pandora. Surprisingly we didn't hit any traffic except for an accident on Rt 77 in North Carolina when the traffic was bumper to bumper for about 1/2 hour from Mooresville to Davidson. We arrived back home in Sun City about 11:30.
Overall we drove 1601.9 miles.
... to close this final post out with thank yous. Thank you to my family without whose support I never would have had the courage to take this trip. My parents and grandfather were so encouraging and supportive and talking to them regularly kept my going when I started to get scared or too homesick. My grandmothers looking down on me provided me with a lot of faith and courage when I started becoming unsure if I should even make the trip at all. My aunt was a ...