Holiday Inn Express Washington, Indiana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the man himself.
We had a really late lunch at Basket Case Brewing, especially because we were straddling the border between the Central and Eastern time zones and lost an hour. By the time we finished and drove to Vincennes we were pushing up against closing time at the George Rogers Clark Memorial. A very nice ranger gave us a quick tour and history lesson (correcting my murky understanding of ...
... Queen for some extra motivation to get to Indiana. From Olney it was about 45 miles to to Indiana. I decided to see if I could make it all the way to the state line and I did. I rode into Indiana and about a mile past the state line into a town called Vencennes. The town was really cool and had historical buildings and monuments all over. Tomorrow I will ride to Bedford Indiana which is about 70 miles. Today I rode 147 miles. ...
... multiple craft beers and my chocolate fudge brownie dessert, but we figured we had earned it after eleven hours in the car. After dinner we went over to the Oklahoma City Memorial to commemorate the survivors and victims of the Oklahoma City bombing. The serene two-inch deep reflecting pool and field of chairs to represent the victims of the tragedy is a moving reminder of the senseless violence that occurred there that horrible day, April 19, ...
... enjoying the beauty of what this country produces. To give you a good idea of how long these fields of crops were, we rode for over three hours without seeing a gas station, or any place that we could stop to eat lunch. We finally found a place at about 2:30 pm just before the Indiana border.
We crossed over into Indiana and 13 miles later arrived at our hotel in Sullivan. The trip today was 112 miles. ...
... it's just drug paraphernalia; send in the diabetic girl with a bag full of needles.
I am currently reading about Thailand and trying to take in as much information as I can before I leave. It seems like I have a long time, but I really have just over a month. I am registering with the US Embassy now and then will check back in with Moodle to see what else I need to do. So far this blog is simply for me to keep focused on what I need to still do for the trip.