Hope Hotel & Richard C. Holbrooke Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We had a great dinner last night with Tom, Gractia and the two kids in Dayton Ohio. They advised us to stop at jungle Jims on our way out, which is not your typical grocery store/ international market/ butcher/ fish market/ liquor store/ cigar shop/ etc... This place was huge! After spending a bit doing some shopping around the world we are off to the Great Smokey Mountain national park to do a little hiking. Tennessee here we ...
... come out and help me build a snowman. There was an old church and cemetery across the street from the hotel so Belinda and I one day walked over there and walked around the cemetery. Those of you that know me well know that I like history and I love to walk through old cemeteries. Some of those tombstones are from the Civil War era. This church ...
3. Fantasia in C Major, by J.S. Bach, arr. Michael Allen
4. Galliard battaglia, by Samuel Scheidt, ...
There was no doubt in my mind that fall had arrived as we left this morning. We were up at 5:30 am to do some last minute packing and be at Shirley's before 7 am. Shirley had been kind enough to let us park the trailer with the Fiat and Richard's bicycle on board in her driveway so we could get a faster get away. And as she said, it got the neighbours talking.
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We stopped for a break at the Alan Shepherd Museum. There were nice displays and the original movie of the moon landing. I remembered waking up my kids who were 1 and 2 at the time to get up and watch it live. I doubt that they remember it.
There was a display of all the astronauts that came from Ohio. There were a lot, probably more than any other state.