Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Butler
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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This past week has been full of packing and some last minute planning. I can't even convey how excited I am for this trip to start. By this time tomorrow, Alex and I should be approaching our first stop - Chicago, where we will be spending the 4th of July weekend. Eek! I can't wait! Stay ...
Wayne and I headed out I70 at 11pm June 23, 2015. We drove (I should say, Wayne drove lol) 227 miles, and stopped to park overnight at Cracker Barrel 300 in New Stanton, Pa. Got up to grab breakfast/lunch, shop a little (that would be Deb) and get back on the road. Heading NW thru Erie via I79. Just got into Ohio , traveling 80W. Its 4pm. Traffic isn't so bad. But if we hit rush hour, the bus driver said he's stopping for a nap. Lol 2 miles to Cleveland / Akron. First fuel ...
... park for summer campers.
Along comes the end of April and brother Ralph dies. What a kick in the teeth. I've known Ralph longer that our own parents. Ralph was the brother that Mother decided was the model for the rest of us six siblings. It was hard to compete. Ralph didn't want any part of that designation. He was smart, well read, and could fix most everything, which is really handy when you're an aircraft mechanic. But he ...
We are doing this blog two years after the trip to have an online record for ourselves and for others thinking of doing the same itinerary. We love Travelpod's format and the ability to print the blog as a book. Since Peru we have gone to Great Britain and Australia. We loved them both but have to admit that The Land of the Incas is still our all time favorite vacation. As I stated in ...
... How Long? - If you have never been abroad before or have never traveled alone, consider saving up a few dollars and taking an intensive semester class the summer before you leave for your big study abroad trip. From personal experience - I have only flown once with my father to Florida my senior year in high school. That was it! After spending a month and a half in Morocco last summer doing intensive classes, I was able to deal with flying by myself, ...