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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... stew in the middle of a mostly empty parking lot. Gary and Benji played frisbee We had hoped to drive about four hours before stopping for the night, but we only drove about two. We found a KOA campground before Toledo, Ohio and here we are. We will get up and go in the morning as we still have 10 hours to drive to reach St. Paul. ...
... where many illustrators come and discuss their work. Some day I will attend once I give up VBS. The museum also has binders below the pieces that have related journal articles and other sources regarding the illustrator. A copy of the book is also under the artwork so you can compare to the two.
What a great day if you have young children as they and parents will ...
... to the Wind Turbines on Route 6. We thought there would be a building to visit and that we would get close to the wind turbines, but they had a solar-powered computerized terminal to present the info. Unfortunately, the computer was not working... Since it was a five minute stop we decided to take the kids into Grand Rapids, Ohio. We went shopping in a couple of stores before stopping at Thurman's fruit stand on our way back to Bowling Green.
... years! Dan got a real chuckle and told him he understood exactly. Luckily we both agree that full time RVing is not for us, but it was the absolute perfect way for us to see our glorious country!
Driving home through Illinois and Indiana was like driving our own roads in northwest Ohio, so I took few pictures as we traveled. We reflected on our five weeks and decided it would be fun to share a few statistics with those who have “traveled ...
After a somewhat restful night in O'Fallon, IL, fueled by coffee, we set off again on our quest to reach the East Coast! We decided that Interstate 64 in Indiana looked a lot like Interstate 64 in Virginia (a road we were very familiar with!)
The drive wasn't too bad, considering it was very long. We discovered how the price of gas can change by ...