Sauder Heritage Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got picked up in Sandusky on the 21st and drove along the lake before heading back towards Toledo. We had a great time seeing everyone, our grandparents, all our uncles and aunts and cousins. Our cousin Adrienne was getting married so all the family was reunited.
We also got our bikes fixed and tuned up, ...
... the road from the Motel and found the service station doubling as a Subway and grocery store. Purchased a 6 pack of Budweiser each and a mini pizza for tea. Headed back to the Motel and sat outside to sip a beer or two with tea. Next morning, set off again after topping up the fuel and arrived at our hosts in Salem, Ohio around about 1.00pm. That's about it for this chapter of the blog, so the next one will be after our stay with the ...
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Our room stewards came in and we told them we would be leaving and thanks for all they did this week. The tip for all staff is included in the price of the cruise now so we didn't have to worry about leaving money all over the ship for the staff we really enjoyed.
We went up to the Lido Deck and sat for a bit. Watched planes coming and going from Fort Lauderdale Airport. We called the boys and everyone is doing ...
We are heading south, to warm weather and sunshine and NO SNOW for a week-long cruise in the Caribbean Sea. This is not our first cruise and it won't be our last. We love the new places we visit, the people we meet and talk to, the pampering on the ship, the idea of unpacking once (that's my favorite part!) and just having a relaxing time.
We left home about 4:45 am heading for Detroit Metro Airport. ...
... 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 much more reasonable sum and ...