Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Defiance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Defiance
... to pull their beer crates and children around and they are pretty sought after in the UK. Anyway....we loved it and thought it would be kinda cool and was only $5 so got it! It said that the mini ones were first sold at the world's fair in 1933 (chicago i believe).
After our exciting little purchase, we made our way to the neigbouring building that was a coffee shop that sold loads of coffees and teas and some Amish food. Darren had a ...
... a few broken spokes and Marie had problems when shifting gears. It was great being able to relax and not bike for a bit.
We also decided to get rid of a lot of things, we were carrying way too much. I'm not sure how much I was carrying but I wasn't able to lift the back of my bicycle, but now I am able ...
... the road from the Motel and found the service station doubling as a Subway and grocery store. Purchased a 6 pack of Budweiser each and a mini pizza for tea. Headed back to the Motel and sat outside to sip a beer or two with tea. Next morning, set off again after topping up the fuel and arrived at our hosts in Salem, Ohio around about 1.00pm. That's about it for this chapter of the blog, so the next one will be after our stay with the ...
... to be the “crowning jewel of the south shore of Lake Erie” and who are we to argue?
Along the coast of the lake little further we passed passed Cedar Point, the “second-oldest operating amusement park in the United States.” Unfortunately – this being a Monday - it wasn’t operating! But we did enjoy a remarkably high quality fish lunch on the grass outside a remarkably shabby little fish and fries shop. The ...
Want a white knuckle, death defying experience? Drive your home at 65 mph in a tractor trailer sandwich on the Interstate 90 gauntlet through Ohio. Hurling tractor trailors, sometimes pulling three trailers, on our left and right and another tailgating withing a few feet of our bumper. One slip and ...