Residence Inn Youngstown Poland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Writing this at 11.45pm, 25th September 2014, Motel 6, Youngstown, Ohio, USA.
It's been a four days since my last entry, I really need to keep up to date with this diary lark, we've done so much I'm starting to forget stuff we've done. It's late now but I'm going to batter on and get up to date!
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... width of the state. It was a joy to travel along that scenic road. Who knew that Pennsylvania is so gorgeous! Historically, there have always been many Germans in Pennsylvania. Is this due to the fact that the landscape was so appealing to them as it is to Mark?
... and terrifying when you're finally on your way and there is no turning back!
This trip is going to be very special. It's my fourth time to Vietnam, however, this time I am heading a delegation of three others on their first travels to the land that forever marked their fathers and grandfather. One of the delegates is my oldest son, age 13. His grandfather, my Dad was a Vietnam Veteran. My Dad Died before Luke, my son, was ...