Red Roof Inn Findlay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... This year's festival takes place this coming weekend. It looks like it will be a great time!
I can't believe we are getting so close! We have traveled 888 miles with only 277 miles to go.
That is 1,429 km down and 446 km to go!
I hope that you have a WONDERFUL first week of Grade Two. I am thinking about you and your family this week. Thanks for being you. ...
... and the children!! Only took an hour to reach Toronto so was good to be free from those children. Was given the 3rd degree by the customs officer - thought for a moment I was on "Border Control". Asked why here in Canada, where I had come from, how long staying, when returning home, how I knew the people I was staying with, needed to see my return ticket, why going to other places etc etc. I finally decided to tell him I was there for a Tao Conference, so ...
... day. I cooked the Mushroom & Spinach Rolls this afternoon and Cindy made Baclava so we ate these for supper. Afterwards I packed up another lot of things to post home and we went to the supermarket where there is a PO to post it back to Australia. We leave early tomorrow for Detroit where I catch an Air Canada plane to Toronto and the next stage of my ...
Cindy had 5 children come to day. Jimmy (9 months), Ella (20 months), Addy (4), Faith (4) and Serenity (5). The older girls play together really well - most of the time - with younger ones needing more 1-1 interaction with adults. Cindy is busy all the day with doing things for the children - changing nappies, preparing lunch, cleaning up, feeding the babies, putting to bed, organising games and mediating squabbles with ...