Fairfield Inn Richmond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from New Paris
... Arrived at hotel and had shower and warmed up. Put the A/C unit to heat. First time on this trip. Ordered in a pizza for lunch and then I tested out the bed quality with a nap. Well I use the term losely as not sure when a nap becomes a sleep but I just couldn't get up. Not even for a milkshake.
Went to dinner at Golden Coral and had a good feed. Other American observation-their lemonade is usually flat.
I miss having metal cutlery at breakfast too...
... some real windows and some painted.
The campground has several stumps that someone has skillfully carved into figures - they are really neat.
It was wonderful seeing everyone in Owosso and having a chance to catch up. Yesterday and today both Peg and I feel like we are really on vacation with the whole country out before us to explore. It probably has a lot to do with the fact that this was our fourth trip to Owosso and now we are in new ...
... the edge of the camper floor. We are fixed and good to go without even a charge.
That is the second time the factory has saved us. On our 2010 trip I had not secured one of our bedroom windows and they sold us one for a dealer to install.
Today’s trip started quite rainy but by 1:00 we had driven out of the rain and had good travel weather. The landscape has moved from the flat terrain of MI to low rolling hills. Not as steep or plentiful ...
... the bridge.
Again, seeing Antietam Creek and the steep banks on the Confederate side gave us a better understanding of why the troops didn’t ford the stream and why the bridge was so important.
The kids might have been getting a little “Civil War fatigue” as while they captured some of the history, they delighted more in running the trails and fields on a warmer day.
The significance ...
... we headed off to bed to read a good book, satisfied we had made the big push through the midwest and now poised to head into Columbus to see my cousin, do some restocking of the larder (Sraddha found a Peet's Coffee store, hee hee) and, hopefully complete the engine service and tire rotation on CharLi, and even get Mr. Toad a bath.
Woke up this morning to fog.