Extended Stay America - Dayton - North
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... bins here and there, but they were not plentiful as in Ontario. In Newfoundland, the only places we saw recycling bins were at the two National Parks.
We think the people of Quebec win (lose?) for being the heaviest smokers.
As far as beauty, we thought Newfoundland took the top prize, with Cape Breton in Nova Scotia running a close second.
The Maritimes offered few spectacular sunsets, maybe because it never got completely dark at ...
... in 5 minutes, we selected a range of presents for the whole family. Once I got back to the plane, I had to figure out where to put them, but we did manage it.
Out the other side of the store (it's underground), we walked across the Arts Quad. I tried to point out the statue of Ezra Cornell, but there was a large banquet tent set up immediately in front of the pedestal.
We headed over to the top of Libe Slope and took in the ...
... Tuesday we slept in and were treated to amazing food all day! In the morning Russ headed out to check out the Air Force museum which was just a few miles away. I stayed back with the kids and let them run around their big yard and play with the power cars, swings... and burn off some energy after being in the car the whole day before!
At lunch my cousin Melanie and her boyfriend Matt joined us and so did my cousin Katie, her ...
... all while getting us there just in time for kickoff. Centre defeated the Dublin Rebels 90-0 but both teams had fun. Duncan played a decent amount and looked good doing it. Austin and I caught bus back and got within "walking" distance of our place. Glad Austin knew where we were going because I had no idea. Had a really long sleep after being on the move since the morning before. Duncan fell ill and texted us early next morning so we walked ...
Zipping my second backpack for the last time, I felt a small sense of relief wash over me. I was packed, finally, with a minor meltdown or two under my belt. After packing and unpacking and repacking for the last two hours I finally felt like I had it figured out. Unfortunately, my relief didn't last long. After packing three different bags to hold all of my extras for the ...