Radisson Hotel Akron/Fairlawn
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... the fact it was called ‘Dari Land’.
Wooster is slightly more happening than other places. Went to Broken Rocks Café with was a little swanky for us AND let us order off the menu so had choice of food other than fries/burger although I did have that at lunch.
It’s now 7.30 and I have put on my pyjamas and eating chocolate in bed. ...
... were engaged in a contest to possess the land. An abundance of wealth and privilege amidst a sea of despair. One moment beauty, the next harshness. Wealth , then poverty, Yet, our time spent among the friendly Cleves was satisfying, and the many wondrous sights endeared us to this land in ways unexpected. We wandered through large lush green places, busy comestible markets offering the freshest of foodstuffs, streets of shops in which the merchants ...
... 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 ...
11pm. Parked on a residential street. Jp says we couldn't have driven a minute more! Dinner from a nearby convenience store (cashews and nutty bars). There was a huge, agitated guy in the store talking in grunts. Totally sketch. We ate at a picnic table for Ohio city ice cream. There were some guys hanging out at another table....one of them was talking about how he could eat chips until he ...
... you the height limit? Well, 6'8" was the number on the garage we picked and according to James, with his head sticking out of the window, we cleared it by about and inch. Well, the trip to the top was more nail biting than jumping out of a plane with a plexi-glass door. We only scraped 3 I-beams. It was to late to back out, literally. OMG ...