Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Defiance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... fun of the social as well?"
That said, having left the girls to book the accommodation this evening we have ended up in a town called Napoleon, in a street called Bonaparte Drive. I may have less that a year to serve in the Royal Navy but this is, frankly, an insult. For those that don’t know their naval history, Nelson is good, Napoleon is bad. I shall sleep in the car park with Bluebird, and his yet to be named friend.
208 miles today
... traffic and a mf toll every 5 miles, I'll be happy to never set foot on that highway ever again). Sama woke up from a 23 minute slumber and finds that we almost ended up in Milwaukee and that the cheese was all gone, not mad at all.. Just impressed. Sama makes a note to self to not trust Shimmy with a wheel of cheese behind the wheel ever ...
... NASCAR wannabees. Stayed at Harrison State Park, just south of the Michigan border. Quiet, nice stay after finally finding the hidden entrance. The attendant says ' that happens all the time'. Of course it does because there was no signage. Water murky, wouldn't want to take a dip. Glad to stop.
Home Sweet Home! Sleeping through the night I was woken up twice, once at 12:15 and the second time 2:30. We were woken up when we crossed the border, and again we needed to get more gas. I slept back on the bus until 7:45 in Ohio where we changed for the morning and had breakfast. In the last entry of this trip I will let you know my highlights,and the dos and don'ts of visiting Quebec. Do visit Old Quebec and do shop! Do check out the Morrin building it ...
... and take another ticket. Illinois calls them "Oasis Stops", Indiana calls them "Service Plazas". They are like a rest stop in Washington but with gas stations, McDonalds, etc. They are very cool.
After Chicago, and after Carol informed us that Gary, Indiana (despite Music Man romance) is one of the most crime ridden cities in the US - Toll Please!, we went looking for Amish Country. Amish country is hard to find. We stopped in Elkhart (RV ...