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So I had really hoped I would only have carry on luggage but at the last moment I have decided to check my bag. It is in a carry on sized bag but I am not I. The mood to carry it around the airport. I have insurance so all should be fine. I do have pictures of what I got in the bag. I should have less on the way back as a lot of the toiletries will be used up. I am flying to Dulles in DC and then I am off to Paris. Well I have made it Dulles. At first. I thought we would be late as ...
... seems lovely. Perhaps because of the conservative attitude from some of the city’s inhabitants. My only Cleveland reference (no Frank Sinatra songs this time) are Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City books (one of the lead characters escapes Cleveland for the more bohemian San Francisco).
The second day here was incredibly hot and we managed to find the only two buses in the whole city without ...
We only went a little over 100 miles as I wanted to visit the NP. There weren't many campgrouds to choose from and once again I forgot to ask about cable and full hook ups. The first clue to what the campground was like is when I went to pay and they didn't take credit cards only cash and personal checks. When we got to our site we almost decided to throw away the $30 (no refunds sign in office and ...
Friday September 6.......The Hyatt Place had by far the best breakfast offerings so far. They have what is called the Kitchen Skillet. You can actually see someone preparing things like breakfast sandwiches on croissants with spinach and Canadian bacon and lots of fresh pastries and fruits. Even the drinks were self serve from large pitchers which were placed on a refrigerated slab to keep them ice cold and Starbucks Coffee. After our fill we headed for the ...
... A short while later we crossed over into Ohio. The first town we came across was Ashtabula which I always remember from an old Bob Dylan tune where he rhymes it with Honalula. That song was stuck in my head for a few miles. As we headed towards Geneva OH we started seeing grapes growing everywhere and signs for wineries. There were probably as many here as we had seen near Geneva NY.
Next stop was in Mentor Ohio and the James Garfield ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center