Fairfield Inn Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and the children!! Only took an hour to reach Toronto so was good to be free from those children. Was given the 3rd degree by the customs officer - thought for a moment I was on "Border Control". Asked why here in Canada, where I had come from, how long staying, when returning home, how I knew the people I was staying with, needed to see my return ticket, why going to other places etc etc. I finally decided to tell him I was there for a Tao Conference, so ...
... day. I cooked the Mushroom & Spinach Rolls this afternoon and Cindy made Baclava so we ate these for supper. Afterwards I packed up another lot of things to post home and we went to the supermarket where there is a PO to post it back to Australia. We leave early tomorrow for Detroit where I catch an Air Canada plane to Toronto and the next stage of my ...
... ones. Not much time to sit and relax. But lots of fun and very rewarding at the same time. Brought back lots of good memories to me of my teaching days. I took a photo of the big girls when outside having a "Popsicle". After tea Cindy Jim and I went to Diescht's Icecream Parlour. They were voted best in the state for 2014. I had a "black raspberry and chocolate chunk scoop + toffe caramel scoop in a waffle cone" ...
... silo that is tall and made of bricks with a metal top. The new ones are all metal. The restaurant we went to specialised in ribs - pork and beef - so I had a toasted cheese sandwich and French fries which were great. It was great to meet more of Jim's extended family and the brothers all look alike. Afterwards we drove back to Findlay and Cindy updated the fairy garden she has made for the children. Then she cleaned the house in readiness for the children coming ...
... It was stated by a man who had a carpentry business (Erie Sauder) and wanted to make sure the skills were passed on. His idea grew and further industries we're include plus old houses from around the district were moved to the site. It now occupies a huge area with buildings for patchwork, weaving, basketry, old mill, church, doctor's surgery, museum of old things used in the past, herb shop, icecream parlour, cooper shop, tin shop, railway & ...