La Quinta Inn Piqua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Met Jim and Sue at meeting place shortly after 9:00am this morning. We're doing the first leg of our journey with them! Nice to have some travel buddies :) We left London at 9:30 am. Good weather - Clear and sunny all the way. Stopped in Toledo Ohio to purchase a hot spot. After much running around, bought one, got it set up and now we have wifi while on the road Stayed in Wapakaneta KOA. Arrived around ...
... s company this time. I know it has been a tough year for these two folks but one would never have guessed it. We were welcomed with open arms and great hospitality.
It was 3:30 pm once again before we continued the trek. Michigan did not let us down with the bumpy roads but Ohio had way more construction than I anticipated - tricky stuff when the lanes are narrow and you are towing a ...
Here we are in Dayton. Every other mile in Ohio is being dug up or paved, but we had zero hold-ups, just lots of hairy, narrow lanes at 65 mph & hundreds of 16-wheelers movin' the USA economy along. Tonight we 'll dine with some calm dignity (we hope) .... a Japanese restaurant right across the road from the motel.
Saw glimpses of Lake Erie: very blue, featureless, and without a farther shore. ...
... times were spent enjoying the local music.
St. John's wins for best vodka - Iceberg Vodka is made using water harvested from icebergs off the coast. Ontario wins for best wines. The Niagara Peninsula where I grew up is now known for its many wineries - wish we'd had more time to do some tasting tours......
As in the US, each province (state) has its own beauty and we enjoyed visiting each and every one of them.
... the only FBO. In years past, I had not had a great experience with them, as they catered to business jets and treated piston planes like mine as an annoyance. This visit, however, was the opposite.
As I parked the plane and lowered it down on its nose (the way Long-EZs are always parked), the airport fire chief drove up and asked if everything was OK and whether the plane was damaged. It took me a minute to realize what he was asking - ...