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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the month they have been here, and they gave us a royal welcome with wonderful dinners, a cozy bed, a guided tour, and lots of laughs. Mark is an amazing, very accomplished artist and craftsman and Margo whipped up a painting just that week. Their lovely new home is just right for their style and creativity. Stella and Howie shared a few toys and some big romps in the parks. We went on a great wine tour ...
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 ...
... crash site can only be visited by family members of those who died in the crash. A walkway along the crash site leads to a wall containing the names of those who were on the plane that fateful day. Information boards tell the story of Flight 93.
to head west into Ohio getting to our campground at about 6 pm.
Tomorrow we will make our way to Tinley Park, Illinois where we will spend the afternoon visiting before continuing our trek west.
... to almost reduce me to tears. See picture.
Thursday morning I was up at the crack of "insomnia strikes again and I'll get up when I could be bothered." I then went in search of coffee BEFORE heading to Cedar Point. Which means I got to Cedar Point around midday. I'm not stupid, though. I learnt my lesson at Six Flags - buy the Fast Lane pass the minute you arrive. And the adrenalin attack commenced.