La Quinta Inn Toledo Perrysburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the USA. It may boast the Sear’sTower, the Frank Lloyd Wright Centre and, heaven knows, it may even have a “Ripley’s Believe it or not Museum” but it won’t have us. With hotels averaging about $300 a night we have to ask “why would we fight our way into a city when the country is just so darned pleasant.” And, “why would we pay the Holiday Inn or his mates $300 when we could pay Bob, or his peers, a ...
I was so excited to realize that I've run 888 miles for you Ciaran! That puts us just a little north of Bowling Green, Ohio. We are almost to the state of Michigan, which is the last state before we get to Canada!!
I think that the coolest thing about Bowling Green, Ohio has to be the wind turbines. Just outside of town, there are 4 giant wind turbines. They use the power of ...
... exhibit--- well worth it! We weren't supposed to take pics in this show but you'll see I managed to sneak in some footage of Shiva Bhairav. Then I drove across the Erie Lake shoreline of Ohio to the Toledo Museum of Art... less exciting than Cleveland but still a good stop.
Tomorrow I'm headed to Chicago to see an old friend.
... br> John's near St. Johns, north of Lansing) and got some baked goods and some jam.
We arrived at our home at 5:30 p.m.. . . . 36 hours shy of 4 weeks on the road and 4,443 miles of travel! All of the bags are in the house . . . and the sorting has begun. Carol
has turned in . . . I'm catching up on some news . . . and put in a
load of laundry . . . it will take a while to get caught up!
I did survey the ...
Last night in Monroeville, another cyclist came into town to stay at the shelter. It's so large that they have accommodated over 25 cyclists at one time. It's been so long since I've talked to someone else doing a journey. His name is Patrick. He's very thin, has a bushy strawberry blonde beard, and a Bianchi bike that weighs about 100lbs. It's nice riding ...