Holiday Inn Express Washington, Indiana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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. ...
... the Arch casts across the city skyline.
After traveling back down the Gateway Arch we were quickly on road again, heading towards Oklahoma City on Route 44. I offered to drive after St. Louis, but Mark said he still pumped about driving. I honestly do not know how he was still functioning. His summer semester of grad school just ended yesterday and I think he's slept an average of four to five hours for the past week. But as ...
... 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. ...
I am finished reading the international travel handbook and have taken the quiz. I checked out what to wear and now need to go shopping because I don't want to be perceived as rude by wearing jeans or shorts while in Thailand. I am getting more and more excited about the trip and looking for things like gender roles while I am there, but I am also getting nervous because Thailand is one of three or four countries that imposes the death penalty for drug smuggling ...
... Rouge after we woke up bleary-eyed in the front seats of his car, I hope I'll come across him again. Certain people you meet, even in the most random circumstances, are just too important and make life too interesting to not see again.
There's still one ride I got with an incredibly interesting man out of Kansas City that I have not detailed, but he'll come up in another post, so that pretty much sums up the varied world of circum-american transportation experiences thus ...