Hampton Inn & Suites Mansfield-South @ I-71
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... steep hills and rollers. 2nd SAG stop Michelle treated us to pie. Blackberry pie. Marked her down for lack of ice cream.
At 83 miles stopped for lunch in Hayesville with Dave and Vern. The waitress took our orders and giggled as I ordered then asked, 'is that really your voice?!'. I mean I’ve had the frequent comments that people love my accent but my ...
We leave on Sat. to start our long awaited adventure and today the car made it's first road trip up from Caldwell to Creston. Last day is tomorrow still issues to deal with but we are still but with continued help with all my friends we will leave on time. It may not have the air conditioning in but what are windows ...
... back by the barn. To appease me my dad said I could work on the car and fix it up. Much to his chagrin I flame painted the dash and put three carburetors on it.
The "Checker" thing started much later. When I was a buyer for L>S> Ayers we would go to NYC about once a month and always stayed at the same third rate hotel around Times Square.
Big fat "Lester", the guy who ran the limo service had this fleet ...
We just stopped to cut the cheese at Grandpas Cheesebarn in Ashland,OH. Picked up some awesome cheese curds and now are back on the road! It's been raining for the past two hours and looks like we are driving through clouds. Good news is snow is gone and we are seeing grass( even if it's brown...) All is going well and we should be arriving in Dayton,OH in about 3 hours. That's all for now.. -Jumanda ...
... Steps, not far from our Hotel - thanks to Rick Steve's travel maps. The Spanish Steps is named for the Spanish Embassy to the Vatican which has been there for 300 years. The Steps are considered a very romantic place, frequented by such as Keats, Goethe, etc. Then we meandered over to Trevi Fountain. The beautiful Trevi Fountain was built in 1762 and shows off the reopening of several ancient Roman aqueducts. Both sites we ...