Holiday Inn Express Carrollton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thankful for all the help we received from other CBC members. They donated their Sunday afternoon to help us get this job done. The glasses came from the Lion's Club, who provides them for free. Once we get them, we enter them into a computer inventory program and assign them a number. Once we get to India, we use a ...
... little family restaurant on MAIN Street and it was near the Ohio Theater...looked so quaint and antique on the outside..I love the buildings and architecture in this town is AWESOME!!! So, we parked...Free on the street parking everywhere and NO pay parking lots...nice old town feel..
We went into the restaurant...AND IMMEDIATELY I was disappointed...they had remodeled ...
Headed over to Shannon's so we could go to Hailey's recitial Which was very good then out to dinner at Red Lobster it was so good. it is always a good time when we spend it with family we are so proud of Hailey she did a wonderful job dancing we also spent Sat. with Angie and her family celebrating Evan and Ethan's Birthday first time I've been bowling in so many years!! We are ready to get this trip started a little nervous but very ...
... anything remotely interesting to write about every single day which is hilarious to write because we're on a circus and in a new town every day so I'm sure you don't believe me.
But the best part of today was the pizza party. Mr. North, our owner, treated the entire cast and crew to pizza, drinks and desserts and the Charlestown Pizza Co. closed ...
... was a maize- and the stalks were super tall (Randy thought he'd be able to see over them- again- wrong). We eventually make it to the mid way point and determine we've wasted enough time and exit there. The interesting thing we learned about the maze is that it was designed and cut by a company out of Kansas, and that's their entire business. They do any kind of design you want, plot it based on the field dimensions, and then use a GPS ...