Rodeway Inn Fort Wright
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... therapeutic for me I think. Sometimes I think I'm having way too much fun by myself. I pass cars that are full of four or five people and they look very bored. At least compared to me - I'm always blaring tunes and singing along. I do get weird looks but only from people who wish they were having as much fun as me. I love being out on the road with no set time limit (although I'd prefer not to drive after dark) and just driving in one direction knowing I have someone I ...
... and figuring out what doesn't really have to go!
For those new to my travel blog, I try to blog every couple of days, if not every day. And, hopefully, you'll enjoy this journey as much as we do.
We are so excited to start the trip and see all that this country has to offer!
Thanks for being part of our Next Great Adventure!
... don't know the general rule that the slow drivers should drive in the right lane, and I am also not learning my lefts and rights as I thought I would on this trip. Maybe I never will. I have driven across many rivers, and most of the state lines I have driven across have been over rivers. I drove over the Ohio River to get into Kentucky and the Mississippi River to get into Illinois.
I'm thankful for this bed! Goodnight ...
... of Light.” It received this name during the Age of Enlightenment when Paris was a center for education and new ideas. I will be spending a semester in Paris where I will attend the University of INSEEC and become very enlightened in the process (at least one can hope). This blog will serve as a form of dissemination, and I hope to share my exciting experiences, new-found knowledge, and travelling tips I pick up along the way.
... somewhat reflected artistic taste in an especially conservative city
like Cincinnati compared with cities with more avant-garde views.
Especially interesting is the museum’s Cincinnati Wing whose
galleries are filled entirely with works by artists from Cincinnati and
depicting scenes from the city and its environs over two centuries. The
paintings, sculptures, and decorative items like furniture and pottery are like
a lesson in local history.