Hampton Inn Goshen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Hot tub
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where we picked out a canoe! A red headed guy who was seriously proud of being an Air Force vet (a young vet, and a linguist) drove us down the river and let us off. It was a beautiful sail. Not hard to row (at least where I was, in the back. Sonia may have had a harder time in the front) and not too hot. We saw ducks, birds, a heron and TURTLES!!!! GOD DANGED TURTLES. They were so cute. There were lovely bridges ...
... I wasn't lost, so Sonia went to charge her phone in the car and I finished looking at all the wonderful things I want and can never have. DAMN YOU, IRELAND!!! DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!!! as the movie quote goes... ~~~~~~~~~~ When we met back at the apartment with John, he started giving me lessons on IPA craft beer, as well as bourbon and Tennessee whiskey. We drank a Zombie Dust pale ale, and then all headed out to The Pub, which is the name of a perfect ...
... route, and we had to get off the train at some stop near the Indiana Dunes and get on a pile of buses to different destinations. It was actually nice to see the road for a while, which is wooded and pretty, not rusty and industrial like the railway. The bus brought us to another random train, and I happily legged it on, only to realise I'd forgotten my suitcase underneath the bus. FORtunately, there were so many people milling around that nothing had yet left and I was able ...
Hired a 7 seater Toyota from the local garage. went to the park and walked around uncle Jims neighbourhood. Went to the ihop (international house of pancakes) for lunch with all the family. I had a fried breakfast and a crepe for desert Travelled out to Shipshewana an Amish community in Indiana In the evening we went to an Australian steak house. I had a fillet steak which was ...
... and at 7:26 you can see the work in the building we toured. Some of the most interesting to me.
- Seeing the workers slide the RV to the next station (at 7:47 in the video link below)
- One worker using inserting a single-pane 8’ X 4’ front windshield into the RV’s front. The windshield was held by only 4 giant suction cups attached to straps and dangling from ...