Holiday Inn Express Celina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon was born here in Ohio and there is a museum that I have never seen. We remedied that today by taking in the museum and lunch at a nice coffee house in downtown Wapakoneta. This is only 12 miles from the Airstream Plant and that is where several vehicles where built for NASA. One was used as a quarantine shelter for the astronauts after returning from the moon. I am always amazed at how small this world ...
... added on to the main plant adding more room for production. Most things are done by hand but they do have programmed routers and cutters for their sheet metal and table tops. They have also went in with Mercedes Benz to produce a class B camper Van. Very nice tour and I recommend anyone interested in RV's stop ...
New Wyndham Hotel product (Micro-Hotel) and it was time to stop. We're OVER 3,000 miles so far and I'm (we're) tired.
Rosie is passed out (again) and we sent out for delivery (they don't do it after 9:00.... So pick-up.
It doesn't look at all like the brochures ;-)
Tomorrow, hopefully we'll hook up with my Uncle Earl in Obetz, Oh.
So we departed from Holt at 4ish in the a.m. (Pearson got the prize for waking up last - 3:50, rolled out of bed and landed in the front seat without ever really waking up.) All was quiet till we reached our first destination - breakfast at the Waffle House. Nothing like some "smothered and covered" to get us ready for the ...
New Bremen, Ohio is a beautiful town. The buildings on the main street have all been refurbished to period time and are mostly brick. It is so beautiful. In one of these buildings is the Bicycle Museum of America. The collection was purchased piece by piece when the museum in Chicago went up for sale. A company called Crown, which actually manufactured many different items is who felt the collection should not be broken up. Crown used ...