The Inn at Amish Door
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... people travel by hiring personal drivers for longer trips.
Of course the kids are very interested in any kind of technology: they are eager to look at the pictures we take on the digital camera, it's not something they are used to.
At noon we do the short country-side drive ...
... One touching story was the background behind Lee Kissler’s famous painting, The Hand. Lee was a WWII prisoner-of-war at Stalag XVII-B. To see the artwork and story, click here.
We sat in a Goodyear blimp gondola while Bob explained the difference between a blimp and a zeppelin (A blimp is ...
Day 41: 103 miles from Marysville to Wooster,OH
Warmer today and started out drizzly. Just realised HOW English I sound that I even start my entries with the weather. Few more turns so had to pay attention and Kettie kept me on a tight reign as I attempted to take us the wrong way on one occasion. The others just thought we were in search of ice cream so let us be!
... never any range anxiety because I always had between 60-100 miles left when I reached the next charger. The car routes thru the Superchargers so no problem finding and getting to them. It was much easier than I thought it would be. The total cost of fuel $ 0 !!! So much fun,looking forward to driving home in a few ...
... have talked about places like Sri Lanka and Laos, but only time will tell. The exchange rate makes this much easier than you might expect, with the average 4 star hotel costing only about $40 a night, and an average meal for two running only about $8. In Vietnam, the exchange rate is 21,500 VND for every $1 USD, making us literally millionaires, a stark contrast to our trips to Denmark and ...