Holiday Inn Manchester Airport
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... s War" (thank you for the recommendation, Janet!), but I am not sure if I will get to those before I leave! Maybe they would be good for the plane ride over. I have an adaptor, I am loading my Kindle with books, and I have some travel books. I can't wait! The next entry may be from England...we will see how the week goes!
... of the National Parks and Monuments we've never experienced. The trip should be filled with many wonderful experiences, and we are hoping for good weather.
This first edition of our blog contains a tentative map of our route. It will most likely change as we proceed West.
Val and Richard
... place and I think maybe more enjoyed by those who like lobster. I do not. I still had fun, though. Another thing they seemed to have a lot of there is ice cream stores. With flavours fit to curdle your taste buds. (See photo.) I have certainly reached that point in the trip where I am DYING for "normal" food. And it really isn't that easy to find, especially when on the road and diners are everywhere to be found. And enjoyed.
... on me. The drive yesterday went from Sandusky, which is about half way across Ohio, east into the far north west corner of Pennsylvania then up into New York state and very literally across the entire width of New York and the entire width of Massachusetts to Boston, which is on the coast. This is 1128km, according to google maps. One hell of a drive for a single sitting. Anyway, my point is, that north east corner of America in summer ...
... Baseball Hall of Fame is located here. We had an absolutely wonderful visit here and even someone with only a mild interest in the game would enjoy a stop here. We paid homage to both Chicago Cubs and White Sox players enshrined here (Ernie Banks, of course, but also Ron Santo, Billy Williams and Ryne Sandberg with the Cubs, Carlton Fisk and Frank Thomas with the Sox). Plaques bearing their likenesses, along with ...