Holiday Inn Express Kent State University
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... NY and had a wonderful lunch along the shore of Lake Erie. The water was a beautiful blue/green color and an old stone lighthouse was a short distance away. Did I mention the shipwreck?
Passing through Pennsylvania and New York, the grapes were ready for picking and the 'cow' corn was being harvested.
Today's mileage: 288 = 712 total. 16.5 mpg
... manner through travel terminals. One bag and a backpack is the way to go. Therefore, we selected clothing carefully - mix and match clothing that will easily wash out in the hotel room and dry overnight. When all was packed we have two bags that came in just under 50 lbs each and one backpack at about 18lbs and another at 7. We're good to go! Well, we are about to land in Atlanta, so I will close this first entry. The journey ...
... joined us for a swim, drink and eats and all had a great night. On the Sunday, after a sleep in, we went driving once more, as they wanted to visit an elderly aunt who lives in a nursing home some distance away, located on the shores of Lake Erie, at Geneva on the lake. The drive travelled through Amish Country, and on such a beautiful sunny day, we witnessed several of them out and about in their horse drawn buggies. They were all dressed immaculately in black and white, with ...
... it had to "recalculate" once or twice for road detours, arrived at another Best Western Motel. This time at Dunkirk, New York. This is about one and a half hours from Niagara Falls. Will do the falls tomorrow, as a day visit, then start heading south to Florida. Have decided to skip New York City and Washington as a time saver. It is summer vacation time anyway, and no doubt crowds there will be greater than normal. We can't do everything in the time ...
... One touching story was the background behind Lee Kissler’s famous painting, The Hand. Lee was a WWII prisoner-of-war at Stalag XVII-B. To see the artwork and story, click here.
We sat in a Goodyear blimp gondola while Bob explained the difference between a blimp and a zeppelin (A blimp is ...