Holiday Inn Express Lordstown / Newton Falls / Warren

4185 State Route 5, Newton Falls, Ohio, 44444, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4185 State Route 5, Newton Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Newton Falls

17th day

A travel blog entry by zuwicki on Aug 08, 2014

... soon. It's something to check off the bucket list for sure, but I don't think I would do a repeat... So left left Illinois crossed thru Indiana and our now just west of Cleveland. Tomorrow's 380 miles will seem like a 1,000 miles as we know we are coming home and it is the last day. It will be good to get home and sleep in our own bed tomorrow. If I have to say anything I will say I will NOT miss having to pack and re-pack each night from hotel to ...

A very Amish circus

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Jul 31, 2014

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What a fun town! We're in the heart of Amish country and as proven during our first tour of Ohio a few months ago, the Amish LOVE circus. A good 85% of our audiences both days were Amish and they showed up early to see our animals, talk with our animal trainers, and line up to get good seats.

This morning, we slept in a little and then John took off with the Loyals to go to a local magic shop. I stayed behind at the house to enjoy some quiet time and to catch up on my ...

Two day stand in Amish country

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Jul 30, 2014

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... for children. They're trying to use shock value to get their point across but a) the points they're making have nothing to do with our show and b) once the parents look at the coloring books, they usually end up throwing them away.

Anyway, enough about them. :) It was a lovely day and we were all revitalized by the outpouring of support and happiness from every attendee. LOVE playing towns that love us!
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Pennsylvania Turnpike

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens on Jul 29, 2014

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... width of the state. It was a joy to travel along that scenic road. Who knew that Pennsylvania is so gorgeous! Historically, there have always been many Germans in Pennsylvania. Is this due to the fact that the landscape was so appealing to them as it is to Mark?

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Cuyahoga Valley National Park....Cuya-what?

A travel blog entry by lmaniac7 on Jul 24, 2014

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... to be a major artery of transport. The cement walls of the many locks still remain as a reminder of life in the 19th century. One of the towns bordering the park is Hudson. A five minute drive off the interstate will find you in a quaint little town that has all the modern conveniences one would expect to find in anywhere U.S.A. (BTW, no admission fee to this treasure.) If you ever find yourself near Cuyahoga National Park, do yourself a favor and spend some time ...