Spread Eagle Tavern and Inn

Address: 10150 Historic Plymouth Street, Hanoverton, Ohio, 44423, United States | Inn
 
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This inn is located on 10150 Historic Plymouth Street, Hanoverton.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanoverton

    Snowing pollen

    A travel blog entry by barbarabean on Jun 06, 2015

    1 photo

    Today was all interstate and toll roads. Thank goodness for EZ Pass. Since it is Saturday there was no rush hour traffic. Just lots and lots of construction. I will be taking a hot shower soon to loosen up my muscles.oderate temperatures, blue sky, and all kinds of pollen ...

    The Heartland and why it matters

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 08, 2014

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... mighty river system in the Gulf of Mexico but both rivers were wide and navigable and seething with commercial life. The Mississippi-Missouri River System is a foundation of American strength and central to the character of its people and it was worth a few days grinding through a never ending scape of corn and soy to understand what this means. But where to start? Perhaps some geography.

    North America (Canada, the USA and Mexico) can be roughly divided into ...

    Capitol punishment.

    A travel blog entry by watsonrtw on Sep 25, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... obelisk that is the Washington Monument, and reached the World War Two memorial. The most striking part was the Freedom Wall. Set as a backdrop to a fountain, the wall contains 4,048 embedded golden stars. Each star represents 100 American service personnel who died during the war. An incomprehensible loss of life. Next, we saw the Korean War memorial. This was unlike any other war memorial I've ever seen. It consists of life size statues of American Soldiers, ...

    "Sunshine after the rain."

    A travel blog entry by dc2sanfran2014 on Sep 07, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    No doubt our baptisms of fire and water yesterday were good for the soul, but so much more were our refreshing night's sleep and the events of today. Not that last night was without its reportable event: Syvia's nocturnal wandering culminated in her locking herself into the bathroom, unable to get out. The old fashioned latch made an absolute din as she rattled it trying to escape. After a few minutes, it became clear that she was not going to give up trying. There ...

    A Day in Youngstown

    A travel blog entry by jamey_b on Aug 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... as did the aerial shot of my chocolate-iced cinnamon bun...) Glazed doughnuts from 7-11 are still the best.

    The Butler Institute of Art featured lots super colorful abstract stuff, plus American Impressionists and portrait artists. My favorite piece was all purple and based on Romulus and Remus (Rome's foundation myth) and I took a video of it (accidentally erased) and there's no image available online. Deep breath... there will be more ...