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... is the archetype of the hard row. In Australia, failure was more common than success and the desert often reclaimed its own and more. The national character reflects this; a little cynical and little sardonic and not always optimistic. Australians, in comparison with the Americans, are urbanites with urban sensibilities. No wonder we often see members of these two English-speaking tribes talking but not communicating.
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... was time to head back to The Carter for a quick change. We were heading to Broadway for a show. The Lion King was fantastic. I must admit, I'm not a huge fan of musicals but this was brilliant. It's been a long time ambition of Ashleigh's to see a show on Broadway and to see the Lion King so to do both here was amazing for her. I kept looking over at her and there wasn't a single moment when there wasn't a huge smile on her face. She said later it was one of ...
... we have now reached Ravenna in Ohio. Our stop for for the night is the Rocking Horse Inn, which we booked only this morning. It is a 'stick-style' Victorian house, once a convent, but now a fabulously quaint and ornate B&B. We have just had a wonderful impromptu dinner with our hosts, some local friends and another guest. Taken aback by such generous hospitality, it just shows that if you can't win them all, you can certainly win some of them.
228 miles today.
... 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 ...
... winding roads with people racing everywhere just like on the far west coast with the difference being much more packed in.
Urban planning has taken the shape of fitting round pegs into square holes and as such, trying to get from point A to point B is usually convoluted unless the development is relatively new like a Walmart or Home Depot. In the case of the HOF, it has been in same place for a long, long time. No problem navigating with a car ...