BEST WESTERN PLUS University Inn Steubenville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mighty river system in the Gulf of Mexico but both rivers were wide and navigable and seething with commercial life. The Mississippi-Missouri River System is a foundation of American strength and central to the character of its people and it was worth a few days grinding through a never ending scape of corn and soy to understand what this means. But where to start? Perhaps some geography.
North America (Canada, the USA and Mexico) can be roughly divided into ...
... behind the storm line, there wasn't really any purpose to it. After over an hour of poking at various resources, I decided I needed to develop a different destination.
After studying various resources for another 30 minutes, I realized that I didn't have any options that seemed reasonable to head northeast, when I hit upon the idea of going about 90 miles due East to visit some friends, the Bolsters, who live in Steubenville, OH. I called ...
We had a 6:15 am pickup at our hotel for a 10:15 am flight home. At the airport we saw a Dr. Who display when we sat down to check flight status. So we had to get photos in the phone booth Tardis. At JFK Airport it took over 1 1/2 hours to get to ...
We were invited to accompany a travel group from Beaver County who were traveling to Great Britain in June 2012. We decided against it as it was immediately before the London Summer Olympics. We admitted to a little fear of terrorism related to the event and felt the traffic would be better this year due to the improved infrastructure put in place for the Olympics. We also wanted to visit Ireland so compared several itineraries before deciding ...
Home again, home again, jiggity jig! Wow, what a trip! 17 days, 23 states (PA, OH, MI, IN, IL, WI, MN, ND, SD, IA, NE, MO, KS, AR, OK, TX, LA, MS, AL, GA, TN, KY, and WV), and 5,241 miles!
But more importantly, we had the opportunity to get a feel for how great and diverse our country is. We learned a lot about big cities, small towns, prairies, colleges, farm land, cowboys, plantations, industry, slavery, hospitality, the civil rights movement, ...