La Quinta Inn Sandusky - Cedar Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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And we're off! Our fifth fall RV adventure has begun...hard to believe. We're excited to be traveling in our new (to us) fifth wheel with plans to visit the national parks in North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon and California. We'll start and end our travels with visits from Zach, Nicole and Isaac which is an added bonus. Katie won't be able to meet us because she just found out ...
We had a good day of driving through Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. The landscape doesn't change too much through these states and the traffic was usually light, except through the population centers like Albany, Buffalo and Cleveland. Mostly two lane highway. Weather was great and looks good for the majority of the trip. Getting ...
... I was unable to do anything about it. I was in the left lane (the fast lane, of course) when it hit and visibility decreased by the second. I slowed down voluntarily (also possibly for the first time ever) and felt safe enough about that while ever I could see the lane markers in front of the hood of my car and the tail lights of the SUV ahead of me. Until I couldn't see them anymore. The absolute ONLY thing I could see through ...
The kids had been looking forward to this our whole trip. We passed this park last time we were in the area and we were told afterwards that it is one of the better amusement parks in the country. We had a really great day here. We all worked up the courage to try some of the really crazy roller coasters they have here.
Sydney and Wendy went on several of the looping and corkscrew coasters and loved them.
We hardly ever play children's music for our kids. We did initially, but those were so mind-numbing that we sort of gave up on that and switched to classic rock. When asked, Milo has been saying for a few years now that Led Zeppelin is his favorite band (and, to Mark's annoyance, that the Beatles are too sappy). Noah mentions the Doors as ...