Fairfield Inn Dayton Troy
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Monday 27 to Tuesday 28 July
The Homebuilt campsite had pretty much emptied by the end of the weekend, the diehard Brits remaining. The camping gear packed up and sent on its way to await our arrival in Dallas, we were ready to go by 1000hrs, waved off by Colin. Destination Dayton, Ohio, we routed along Lake Winnebago to Milwaukee (where we made a turn to go behind a converging aircraft), across Lake Michigan, east ...
... again. We also have some family travel games that are lots of fun: Spot It, Rubber Neckers, The Ungame, Family Road Trip Game of Questions and Would You Rather cards. Our kids are pretty creative at making things up as we travel as well...dance parties, singing contests, house, comedy contests, etc. At one point Addison taught the other 4 kids all of the words to the national anthem. We looked back and all 5 kids were having a flag ceremony and had their hands over their ...
... military aviation because it is part of the war machine, representative of actions to supress and forcefully spread an ideology, in the name of defending freedom? Or should I embrace the elegance, skill and passion behind the aircraft and the pilots who fly them, and not see them as things designed for destruction, but as things with their own beauty, and place in history. It's not as simple as saying that I am an aviation geek so I will compromise ideals for a lovely set of ...
... lots of treasures we hadn't seen in other antique malls and Robin and I both came away with a treasure. Robin with a large (heavy!) owl figurine made from ebony wood and I with a small Steiff tiger...lots of different Steiff animals other than just teddy bears - I may have to start collecting!!
Looking forward to our continued adventures tomorrow!
Don't forget to check out the photo album at http://s1166.photobucket.com/user/chris tutt1/library/
... worth the visit! So many types of relics I have never seen with other Indian tribes. Gorgets, celts, copper cutouts, decorative stone tablets and animal effigy pipes. Noticed a sign about the display case of pipes that talked about the fact that the Native Americans would be looking directly into the face of the animal while smoking the pipe. Then noticed that one of the pipes in the case had the animal facing at a 90 ...