Fairfield Inn & Suites Youngstown Austintown
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... side of the road, we were allowed to cross and as luck would have it, we were right outside the American National History Museum. Some of the stuff in there was amazing to see, especially the meteors. There was a huge one that had belonged to a tribe of Native Americans who had worshipped it and believed that it brought strength to their people. It was bigger than my van. You were allowed to touch it and take photos but I can't help wondering how it ended up ...
... we have now reached Ravenna in Ohio. Our stop for for the night is the Rocking Horse Inn, which we booked only this morning. It is a 'stick-style' Victorian house, once a convent, but now a fabulously quaint and ornate B&B. We have just had a wonderful impromptu dinner with our hosts, some local friends and another guest. Taken aback by such generous hospitality, it just shows that if you can't win them all, you can certainly win some of them.
228 miles today.
... art on this vacation... keep breathing...
Speaking of breathing, I attended a two-hour session of Classic Yoga and Meditation this evening at The Yoga Room. The instructor, Maureen, was lovely-- she created this congenial, relaxed environment that came as a culture shock... she and students in the class were even asking me about my cross-country trip. It's funny to be away from DC and realize that yoga doesn't have to be a competition ;)
... it will be nice to be able to go to the bathroom when you want and not when you stop for gas breaks! Honestly it is the little things. Thank you alll for following along with us on our trip, I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. Will post our final blog tomorrow when we get home!
P.S. I didn't post many pictures but I took over 1.000 photos. I will do a dvd when we return and will share with anyone who wants to see it.
We spent the morning with Lulu's sister Jennifer and her husband Chris today. Noah had a great time with his cousin Lily.
After lunch, we left for Ohio and drove for about four hours almost entirely along the Pennsylvania Turnpike, a beautiful toll road that stretches ...