Hilton Akron / Fairlawn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... and by its contents. And we were bathed in the joy of the music of the rock and of the roll. And we were humbled by what we learned, and heard, and felt there. And it was good. Very good.
Our last day in this land was spent in witnessing a wondrous collection of human creations and antiquities within the confines of the art museum of the Cleves. And wondrous it was, and memorable, and we were humbled, with the hand of the Lord truly ...
... have talked about places like Sri Lanka and Laos, but only time will tell. The exchange rate makes this much easier than you might expect, with the average 4 star hotel costing only about $40 a night, and an average meal for two running only about $8. In Vietnam, the exchange rate is 21,500 VND for every $1 USD, making us literally millionaires, a stark contrast to our trips to Denmark and ...
... in, which was adorned with a huge frog sitting on the beach and spitting water back into the lake. It was a large campground and it seemed everyone tooled around on golf carts, we felt out of place with out one :) Parking downtown with a big truck is always interesting. You know the bar that hangs before you enter the parking garage? The one ...
... the perfect view of the iconic, circular stain glass windows. Notre Dame certainly lived up to its expectations and personally exceeded mine! We also had to grab a photo op with "Point Zero", the center of Paris 2,300 years ago and point from which all distances are measured. From the top of Notre Dame we saw that the bridge behind it (Pont de I'Archeveche) had collected several locks and seems to be the new spot for lovers to leave their padlocks since the ...