Hampton Inn & Suites Youngstown
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... is the archetype of the hard row. In Australia, failure was more common than success and the desert often reclaimed its own and more. The national character reflects this; a little cynical and little sardonic and not always optimistic. Australians, in comparison with the Americans, are urbanites with urban sensibilities. No wonder we often see members of these two English-speaking tribes talking but not communicating.
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... a waterfall - he was very quick about it - and then the lads had a dip and the girls a paddle.
It was late morning before we mounted our steeds and headed back through unfamiliar scenery ... we could actually see beyond the roadside today. The sun was shining brightly and our spirits were high. The route was very picturesque and the road was superb, full of bends as it snaked up and down the mountains. We joined the interstate, a necessary evil when there ...
I'm reeling from the disappointment of just having lost all the videos I took today--- still trying to get my head wrapped around this Go Pro technology. Other than that, a great third day. I spent the morning setting up this blog at the main public library in town (gotta love libraries for all the outlets... and internet without the alluring smells of McDonald's or Starbucks). Then I headed to an amazing-looking doughnut shop that unfortunately failed ...
... in a hotel located on the lovely Warren Courthouse Square where we took a stroll after dinner.
Tomorrow we're heading for Cleveland, which is a little over an hour away. Cleveland Shmeveland you say? No, we're on a mission to visit something there, but more about that later. ...
... believe that as soon as any show person was free, they were making a bee line for the market. It's an indoor/outdoor market with everything imaginable for sale. John and I went over there after doing laundry and walked away with a small Netbook from a refurbished computers store that had a booth there.
After purchasing some kettle corn (one of my favorite snacks), we caught up with Christa and she took us on a tour of ...