Fairfield Inn Sandusky
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... tired as we approach Cleveland, but we want to get on the west side of the city before we camp so we don't hit the morning rush going into the city. No time to stop at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but big cities are always cool to drive through.
We stocked up on some food at Kroger's supermarket and headed to our campsite in ...
... crash site can only be visited by family members of those who died in the crash. A walkway along the crash site leads to a wall containing the names of those who were on the plane that fateful day. Information boards tell the story of Flight 93.
to head west into Ohio getting to our campground at about 6 pm.
Tomorrow we will make our way to Tinley Park, Illinois where we will spend the afternoon visiting before continuing our trek west.
... one. One the last trip in Pennsylvania, I saw a small billboard erected unsurreptitiously in someone's front yard denouncing gays in some religious way. I turned to the Yank and said, "Really? People do that?" He had a three syllable response. "Yeah. Free speech." Wednesday's billboard was on the interstate so somewhat bigger. Pushing the line from free speech to force feeding, possibly. I'm used to the occasional Hillsong ...