Red Roof Inn Toledo - Maumee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Everything you need and nothing you don't need! We will stay there again.
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... the offer of a bag of crisps (chips) for lunch. How wrong could I have been; the assorted guests, friends, and indeed one of the hosts, from the Rocking Horse joined us around a table heaving with goodies. I couldn't possibly regale you with a list of what was on offer – but it was fresh, largely home made and absolutely delicious. The peach cobbler probably took the prize as most delicious dish. The conversation rolled on - not normally what a ...
... to create electricity, enough to supply power to 3,000 people.
Bowling Green is also well-known as the home of Bowling Green State University. Their mascots are Freddie and Frieda Falcon. Every year, the university students have a "dance marathon" to raise money for local children's hospitals. Students go to a dance that lasts for 32 hours! If they don't dance the whole ...
I started the day with a drive from Youngstown, OH to lovely Punderson State Park. By the way, state parks are awesome-- each one has its own lovely surprise, plus at Punderson I got a free chocolate chip cookie from the Punderson Porch ladies, plus a beautiful hike and a hot shower for free. It turns out that staying clean on the road is ...
... 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 ...
... even if he is a bike snob. He says water bottles should only be a certain smaller size. He calls hills "rises" and downhill "false flat". He only wears wool jerseys and bib shorts because they're classic. He learned Spanish because he wanted to understand the race reports for the Columbian cycling team. He's flying home instead of taking the 5-day train ...